Industry

Interview
Laurel Oldach
September 18, 2020
“It all comes down to where we place our bets.”
Mark Harpel works in a research unit at GlaxoSmithKline that helps choose the most promising targets for new drug development.
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ASBMB launches industry advisory group
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ASBMB launches industry advisory group

July 20, 2020

A new group of members who work in industry are developing programs for academic scientists contemplating R&D — and for industrial researchers who want to give back.

Fall internships in industry
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Fall internships in industry

July 10, 2020

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, companies are still looking for interns with all levels of experience.

An introduction to regulatory affairs positions in industry
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An introduction to regulatory affairs positions in industry

May 29, 2020

Industry careers columnist Courtney Chandler spoke with Stephen Amato, department chair for regulatory affairs, quality assurance and advance manufacturing at Northeastern University in Boston.

What are industry technology specialists, and what do they do?
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What are industry technology specialists, and what do they do?

May 08, 2020

Our careers columnist explores the role of technology specialist by talking to Jonathan Levine, a next-generation sequencing specialist with the synthetic DNA company Twist Bioscience.

Rethinking clinical trials for next-generation cancer drugs
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Rethinking clinical trials for next-generation cancer drugs

March 14, 2020

Therapies tailored to a tumor’s genetic markers show promise, but figuring out who’s most likely to benefit presents new challenges for scientists.

Tackling the job market — with a little help
Jobs

Tackling the job market — with a little help

December 05, 2019

Our careers columnist writes about recruitment companies and other businesses that work with life science professionals transitioning into the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.

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Starting your own company in graduate school is possible

Neurophotometrics CEO Sage Aronson offers an inside look at going from Ph.D. to biotech startup.
Starting your own company in graduate school is possible

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Networking in industry
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Networking in industry

October 24, 2019

Our careers columnist writes about how to network for jobs in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries.

Biochemistry of a burger
Feature

Biochemistry of a burger

October 01, 2019

Impossible Foods founder Pat Brown gave up his position as a Stanford professor to change the world by eliminating meat — but he’s using his scientific training to make a beefy-tasting plant-based burger.

How I got a job away from the bench when all I had were biochem degrees
Case Study

How I got a job away from the bench when all I had were biochem degrees

August 01, 2019

When Joanna Kotloski decided she didn’t want a career in the lab, she had to figure out how to prevent her biochemistry degrees from holding her back.

We’re going to need a bigger network
Professional Development

We’re going to need a bigger network

August 01, 2019

Networks hold considerable value and power, even in seemingly innocuous actions, Melissa Vaught writes, so we should pay close attention to who is in our networks and work to make them more inclusive.

How to manage an R&D project
How-to

How to manage an R&D project

August 01, 2019

After a long career in biotech engineering, Blaise Arena shares advice on building a strong and successful team.

Setting sail in a startup
Feature

Setting sail in a startup

August 01, 2019

Sometimes an academic believes in their research so much that they take the plunge to found a company.

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