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Posted on October 16th, 2017 by Betsy Davis in Pharma R&D
In Norway, a land that evokes images of rough-hewn Scandinavians, icy natural beauty and old wooden Viking ships, there is in fact a great deal of investment currently being put into not-so-rugged things like cutting-edge new labs and state-of-the-art scientific research.
Posted on October 13th, 2017 by Dr Andrew A. Parsons in Pharma R&D
If there ever was a children’s game that would help prepare the next generation of pharmaceutical R&D scientists and researchers, it would be Snakes and Ladders (Chutes and Ladders in the US). Continue reading “Snakes (aka Chutes) and Ladders – failures and opportunities” »
Posted on September 22nd, 2017 by Christine de Vries - Scheidegger in Pharma R&D
There is a disconnect between how drugs are developed and how they are used. In the traditional method of target-oriented development, each new candidate drug is scrutinized in a handful of interactions with desirable and undesirable targets. Continue reading “Is the Pharma Industry Missing the Big Picture?” »
Posted on September 11th, 2017 by Patricia Morgan in Pharma R&D
Biological research today can be summarized in one word — data.
Massive quantities of information are generated daily from large and small laboratories, individuals, universities, and commercial organizations. Continue reading “Harnessing the Power of Content in Scientific Research” »