Success in the biopharmaceuticals industry relies on the continuous development of novel drug molecules.
The Challenges of COVID-19 Human Challenge Trials
by Stephanie Holden, PhD | November 23rd, 2020
Would you be willing to voluntarily get infected with a virus for the chance to help advance a vaccine? COVID-19 has killed over a million people worldwide, spurring vaccine development at an unprecedented pace, but for many it still doesn’t feel fast enough. If you’re relatively young and healthy, this may be all the more […]
by Alexandra Ramsey | November 24th, 2020
Engaging in constant retail therapy or following the latest fashion trends might soon lead to a bacterial cellulose sweater in your dresser or a pair of mushroom-based Adidas sneakers in your closet. Big-name clothing brands around the world are starting to partner with biotechnology companies, paving the way for a bio-revolution in the textiles industry. […]
How 3D Bioprinting Complements the Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Industries
by Tzu-Wei (Vicki) Tsao, PhD | December 13, 2019
With recent technological advances, 3D printing has gained increasing acceptance in industries as varied as architecture, automotive and aerospace.
From Conception to Product: How Instrumentation Companies Connect with Bench Scientists
by Marie-Cécilia Duvernoy, PhD | June 27, 2019
Any scientist who has spent time at the bench of a biology laboratory knows that protocols can be long, repetitive and complex. With innovative research and discoveries constantly demanding higher throughput
A Virtual Supplement to Ease Your Pain
by Tanvi Sinha, PhD | June 24, 2019
Pain, in its very essence, is a universal experience, yet unique to each individual. It has been defined as ‘an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage’
How Artificial Intelligence is Bolstering Healthcare Advances in Therapeutics Development
by Stella Belonwu, BS | June 14, 2019
Artificial intelligence (AI) is currently one of the biggest buzz words within technology innovation. In the simplest terms, AI is a branch of computer science that involves training computers
Demystifying the Technology Transfer Process
by Huiyang Winnie Liang, PhD | June 11, 2019
For pharmaceutical and life science companies, establishing successful collaborations with academic labs goes beyond identifying the right principal investigator (PI) or technology.
Is the Medical Science Liaison Role a Good Fit for You?
by Anthony Berger, PhD | January 31, 2019
I love talking about science. I independently taught undergraduate courses throughout my graduate program. Making basic science relevant to treating disease and improving lives was an exciting challenge.