Five Digital Transformation Steps for Cell and Gene Therapies
In this article, we outline five steps to start you and your organization on the journey to implementing new, modern cell and gene therapy development methods.
Should #SciTwitter Migrate Elsewhere?
From tweets to toots – the online community #SciTwitter is considering a move from Twitter to an alternative online platform. In this article, we explore how Twitter has supported science communication and outreach over recent years, the motivations for migration and ask: where are you heading, #SciTwitter?
Three Strategies To Minimize Clinical Development Costs
This article explores how new technologies and precise trial implementation can ease the process of bringing a new drug to market.
Target Identification and Validation in Drug Development
This article will highlight the properties of an attractive drug target, outline the approaches used to identify targets and discuss the key steps involved in target validation.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion for “Better Science”
Technology Networks recently had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Sam Barichievy, director in cell engineering at the biopharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. In this conversation, Dr. Barichievy shares her perspectives on what equality, diversity and inclusion entails, and how fostering inclusive environments can enable us to do better science.
Navigating the Challenges of a Modern Quality Control Laboratory
The modern QC laboratory is testing highly complex drug products using a wide range of analytical techniques, instrumentation and software with continually evolving regulations and guidance, presenting many challenges from a management perspective.
A Conversation on Immunity
Dr. Jenna Macciochi is a lecturer in immunology at the University of Sussex, where her research centers on understanding the role that nutrition and lifestyle play in human immunity.
A Degeneration of Trust
Recently, an expose article was published revealing a potential fabrication of data by prominent investigators of Alzheimer’s disease. In this op-ed piece, Michael Kinch explores the catastrophic impact of scientific fraud.
The Binomial Test
The Binomial test, sometimes referred to as the Binomial exact test, is a test used in sampling statistics to assess whether a proportion of a binary variable is equal to some hypothesized value.
Ensuring Success in a LIMS / ELN Implementation Project
In this article we highlight some of the key considerations when choosing or replacing a LIMS or ELN and provide tips for how to roll out the system successfully across the organization.