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Dec 6, 2012

Personalized medicine is increasingly becoming a reality, led by the idea that knowing more about genome will help customize the proper treatment...

Dec 5, 2012

A big reason why scientists choose to do research is the desire to ultimately improve human health outcomes. Whether exploring how an enzyme...

Nov 28, 2012

Shortly after coming across a story about a mother and father who are forced to relocate to another country in order to obtain treatment for their...

Nov 14, 2012

Taconic has donated custom mouse model generation for the Rare Disease Science Challenge. The research service is worth over $50,000 dollars and...

Oct 23, 2012

In our efforts to bring exposure to rare disease research through our Rare Disease Challenge, we’ve learned that only about 5% of the rare diseases...

Oct 16, 2012

Scientist is pleased to announce the Rare Disease Science Challenge: Be HEARD (Helping Empower and Accelerate Research Discoveries). We are working...

Oct 9, 2012

The Make Your Mark competition, part of Scientist’s Open Science Challenge series, is now officially live in San Diego, New York, and Boston...

Sep 28, 2012

Yesterday we published in Scientific American’s blog a call to action about the Scientist-sponsored Rare Disease Science Challenge. If you or a...

Sep 18, 2012

Innovation = knowledge + creativity + work. At Scientist, we try to reduce the barriers to all three elements of that equation via Scientist, but...

Sep 11, 2012

Scientist has always operated on mission of “empowering scientists.” What that boils down to is continuously asking ourselves “does this help...