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Chemists Concerned About How Their Field is Viewed

Posted on December 13th, 2017 by in Chemistry

Chemistry Opinion Survey 2017-12-11 15-06-07

Chemistry and its importance in everyday life is often underrated at best, and wildly misunderstood at worst. The stock image of scientists in white lab coats holding beakers of toxic chemicals has been hard to shake Continue reading “Chemists Concerned About How Their Field is Viewed” »

Chemists: Unsung Innovators

Posted on October 25th, 2017 by in Chemistry

In many people’s minds, the classic image of the chemist is still someone in a lab coat standing over a burner, while chemistry itself tends to evoke thoughts of equations on chalkboards and fluids in beakers. But the reality is that these images are a bit outdated Continue reading “Chemists: Unsung Innovators” »

Leveling the Playing Field in Medicinal Chemistry

Posted on June 26th, 2017 by in Chemistry

For the designers and developers of Elsevier’s R&D Solutions, a major concern is ensuring that each solution makes the same level of searching or analytical power available to all users. The primary aim for the teams is to Continue reading “Leveling the Playing Field in Medicinal Chemistry” »

Adding Talent to the Reset Team

Posted on April 7th, 2017 by in The Hive

Last year was a significant growth year for Reset Therapeutics, in terms of our work and with our team doubling in size. Reset’s success has been due to a strict focus on our proprietary knowledge of how to modify circadian rhythms in cells, tissues and animals using novel small molecules.  Continue reading “Adding Talent to the Reset Team” »

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