Mentors are essential to career journeys
Regardless of your current professional status, supportive mentors are critical for helping you achieve your career goals, according to Michael Howell, PhD, chief scientific officer at DermTech. Howell recently spoke with ScienceBoard.net. Read More
Personalized cell therapies offer hope for some of the toughest cancers
Complete with a long-term vision of developing a pipeline of oncology therapies that modulate the functional immune system, Sotio of the Czech Republic is breaking into the world of autologous immuno-oncology therapies. The company's goal is to eventually become a prominent European pharmaceutical firm, according to Radek Špíšek, PhD, CEO and founding scientist of Sotio, who spoke with ScienceBoard.net in a recent interview. Read More
How spatial biology can impact clinical translational research
Building on the success of single-cell technologies, 10X Genomics' Michael Schnall-Levin, PhD, discusses with ScienceBoard.net how the company entered the spatial biology field and how it continues to support the advancement of various clinical translational research efforts. Read More
The business of science: Taking your idea to the next level
If you are a scientist with an idea or a product that you think might be successful, then starting a company might be the career choice for you. In an interview with ScienceBoard.net, Olga Kubassova, PhD, CEO of Image Analysis Group, shares helpful information on launching a science startup. Read More
Survey: Scientists want to boost use of lab automation
In the era of big data and new analytical technologies, research laboratories are rapidly adopting new lab automation equipment and processes. While most labs are already using some type of automation in their workflows, many researchers would like to increase their use of these new technologies, according to results from a new ScienceBoard.net survey. Read More
Career planning is a lifelong journey for scientists
For many scientists who have just received their doctorate, professional development may be an afterthought compared to technical or job-specific skills required in their early careers. Contrary to this view, continual planning for all aspects of professional growth is critical to ensuring career success. Read More
7 ways to communicate your research to a wider audience
You've just wrapped up the perfect research study. But how can you let the wider world know about your discovery? Disseminating research to a broader audience was the subject of a May 15 talk at the 2021 International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine virtual meeting. Read More
Quantitative image analysis provides confidence in drug development
Olga Kubassova, PhD, CEO of Image Analysis Group, spoke with ScienceBoard.net about how computational analysis is improving clinical trial imaging. Read More
Potential of gene editing for clinical use highlighted at ASGCT 2021
From base editing to in vivo CRISPR therapeutics and CRISPR-modified bacteriophages, scientists discussed innovations in preclinical research that have allowed them to advance these unique products to the clinic during a scientific symposium at the 2021 American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy (ASGCT) virtual meeting. Read More
Nobel Prize winner Doudna shares perspectives on future of CRISPR gene editing
Small science can translate into big discoveries, according to Nobel Prize laureate Jennifer Doudna, PhD. She discussed how her curiosity in understanding CRISPR led to the gene editing revolution in a talk at the 2021 American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy virtual meeting. Read More
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