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Jul 29, 2013

Fueled by a 30-year history as a scientist in both academic and corporate settings, Kevin Lustig, Ph.D., was convinced drug discovery could be done...

Apr 16, 2013

In two compelling presentations at the Bio-IT World Conference last week, Atul Butte and Steven Salzberg provided formidable advocacy for the...

Mar 26, 2013

In the United States a disease is considered rare if fewer than 200,000 Americans have it. About 7,000 diseases meet this criterion, and the number...

Mar 1, 2013

Washington University geneticist Dr. Jimmy Lin’s Rare Genomics Institute and Scientist of San Diego have announced the winners of about $500,000 in...

Feb 20, 2013

This article discusses how the pharmaceutical industry can leverage its competencies in outsourcing to accelerate time to market, improve quality...

Oct 22, 2012

Curing or even finding treatments for rare diseases is hard. Not necessarily because these diseases are any more complex than more common ones. It...

Sep 24, 2012

There is an argument that says we should not be making simple compounds in academic research labs, but rather using specialist services to make...

Sep 20, 2012

It’s not every month that a company gets a new laboratory, but for AstraZeneca PLC, July was one of those months. The pharmaceutical giant launched...

Sep 18, 2012

Scientist is launching a new science competion for high school students: SAN DIEGO — Scientist Inc., the world’s leading provider of outsourced...

Sep 4, 2012

Scientist of San Diego and New York-based Genspace have launched the Tri-State Open Science Challenge, a science competition open to citizen...