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

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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
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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.

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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.

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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.

Industry training and postdoc programs

Industry training and postdoc programs

June 25, 2019

There are a number of ways to get relevant training and experience to prep for a career in industry.

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How to develop a comprehensive job-search strategy: job boards

June 14, 2019

You need to use a multifaceted and targeted approach to find career opportunities, from staying updated on the latest funding and research news in your field to networking and maintaining an online professional presence.

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An introduction to regulatory affairs positions in industry

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

May 23, 2019

We reached out to science professionals experienced with crowdfunding to get their take on what makes for a successful project.

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Making O

February 01, 2019

After a 10-year decline in transfusions and donations, the goal of generating universal blood might be making a comeback.

Why aren’t there quality controls for antibody research?
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Why aren’t there quality controls for antibody research?

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The ability of antibodies to recognize exactly one protein makes them ideal precision tools for research. But poor-quality antibodies are among the major drivers of scientific studies that can’t be reproduced, and Daniel Bojar wants to see stringent…

How to patent an antibody
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How to patent an antibody

January 01, 2019

Charles Craik explains how the patenting process works in academia and how a recent legal challenge could change the landscape

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The antibody patent question

December 01, 2018

Can a drug company own every monoclonal antibody in a class — even the ones they don’t know about?

An entrepreneur fights disease on the ground
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An entrepreneur fights disease on the ground

August 01, 2018

Educated as a research scientist, Paula Fernandes started a company to solve quality problems in the clinical lab and train healthcare workers around the world.

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