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Posts tagged ‘innovation’

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May 10, 2016

The world of scientific research is dense and vast not unlike a thick jungle. There are so many sources of information coming from multiple science...

Apr 11, 2016

Every month Scientist’s platform gets more innovative with hundreds of new tools, technologies, and services. The platform users gain on-demand...

Sep 8, 2014

Anyone who has taken a general laboratory class knows that the lab manual has multiple protocols that one follows in order to complete each week’s...

Aug 14, 2014

Innovation is suddenly the word on everybody’s lips. Pfizer launched “Centers for Therapeutic Innovation”, Johnson and Johnson followed with their...

Apr 9, 2014

Over the course of the last century we’ve had the age of antibiotics, the genetic revolution, transplantation and immunotherapy, each of which...

Mar 12, 2014

Last year, Scientist announced our winners for the Rare Disease Challenge, as part of our efforts to raise awareness for rare diseases. We know how...

Feb 26, 2014

Previously, we discussed in part 1 of this series the growing significance of computational methods in drug discovery. Traditional drug discovery...

Feb 6, 2014

Directed evolution is emerging as a powerful new tool to design proteins with new and interesting properties that may not have evolved naturally...

Jan 30, 2014

The selection and accumulation of desirable mutations – also known as natural selection – has shaped the living world. The proteins resulting...

Jan 14, 2014

So how does the pharmaceutical industry restore its jaded public image? The answer is by changing itself from within, by paying more than just lip...