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Nov 20, 2012

Pharmaceutical outsourcing of research services continues to grow and data is showing that Asia is seeing the biggest benefits. The big...

Nov 1, 2012

Our latest infographic touches on a subject we care deeply about: the cost of drug discovery and the need for cost-effective research 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 18, 2012

Scientist’s CEO, Kevin Lustig, spoke in a recent episode of the Burrill Report about the Open Science movement and how the democratization of drug...

Oct 15, 2012

In James Surowiecki’s book “The Wisdom of Crowds”, he lays out the criteria for successful decision making by large groups1: Diversity of...

Oct 2, 2012

“Open source”, a term synonymous to computer programming, is a pragmatic methodology that promotes redistribution and access to an end product. In...

Jul 30, 2012

Animal testing is critical to advancing science and learning more about disease, but what animals are effective? It’s safe to say that mice, rats...

Mar 14, 2012

As pharmaceutical and biotech research becomes more externalized, it is becoming increasingly important to know who is doing your research. Some...

Mar 5, 2012

The price of pharmaceutical drugs has been an issue of national debate for decades. As many blockbuster drugs face patent expiration in a few years...

Jun 9, 2011

There has been a lot of buzz about single-person drug companies running out of their own homes after a recent NPR report. Overseeing the whole drug...