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How Are You Handling Big Data & Innovation?

Posted on April 28th, 2017 by

Although every pharmaceutical company still hopes to find the next blockbuster drug, today’s R&D departments are becoming increasingly focused on developing more targeted therapies. It is the advent of Big Data that has made it possible for researchers to advance precision medicine and targeted drugs Continue reading “How Are You Handling Big Data & Innovation?” »

Organizational Evolution: Balancing Exploration & Development

Posted on April 26th, 2017 by

Rubius Therapeutics had an extraordinary 2016. We were able to dramatically progress our work on the technology platform (where we expanded the number of different ways that we can express proteins) Continue reading “Organizational Evolution: Balancing Exploration & Development” »

Cost Saving: The trade-off that bites back

Posted on April 3rd, 2017 by

Making a trade-off between competing activities or priorities is a critical skill involved in developing a new medicine. This approach helps balance the risk of technical failure and investment to develop innovative products, an important consideration with such high failure rates in pharma R&D. Continue reading “Cost Saving: The trade-off that bites back” »

The Arctic Pharma Family Is Growing

Posted on March 31st, 2017 by

 

Just as some members of our team are going off on parental leave to grow their families, our Arctic Pharma research family is also getting bigger. We have recently expanded the Arctic team by bringing on board three very talented scientists. Continue reading “The Arctic Pharma Family Is Growing” »

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