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Women in Science: From Lab to Leadership

In this opinion piece, Amy Butler shares her career path from lab to leadership, including how she was able to rise up in the ranks despite being an introvert.
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Using Predictive Tools To Bring Drugs to Market Faster

We spoke to Olivier Barberan, director of Translational Medicine Solutions at Elsevier, to find out more about how predictive tools can inform pharma companies and help pave the way for drugs to get to market.
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Using Gravity To Separate T Cells Could Speed Up Cancer Treatment

While traditional methods of cell sorting come with several challenges, microbubbles are simple to use and can separate cells without causing harm. Technology Networks spoke to Dr. Brandon McNaughton, CEO and co-founder of Akadeum to find out more about this technology, its applications and how it could improve cancer treatment.
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Improving Genome Editing for Therapeutic Purposes

In this interview, John Finn tells us more about PGI, how it compares to other genome editing approaches and the benefits it could bring to genomic medicine discovery.
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Supporting Sustainable Biopharmaceutical Production With Plant-Based Plastic Labware

Encouraging scientists to rethink the materials and methods they use will help to foster a culture of sustainability within research institutions and across various industries. Technology Networks spoke with Dr. Joel Eichmann from Green Elephant Biotech to learn more about the creation of its plant-based plastic labware, and his broader vision for embedding sustainability within the biotech industry.
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Using AI To Get Medicines to Patients Faster

To find out more about AI in pharma, Technology Networks spoke with Roger Palframan, head of US Research and digital for Early Solutions at UCB.
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Sourcing Chemistry From Inside Humans

In this interview, Dr. Jason Park, co-founder and CEO of Empress Therapeutics, tells us more about the Chemilogics platform and the benefits this approach to drug discovery can offer.
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Industry Insight

Time Is of the Essence: Saliva-Based Test Could Detect Cancer Early

Technology Networks spoke to Nick Ainslie, co-founder of Ausel, to find out more about a saliva-based diagnostic designed to indicate the presence of cancer cells at the earliest stage of development without the need for invasive methods.
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Industry Insight

The Pathology of Proteins: A Tangled Tale of Alzheimer's

Explore the current understanding from the scientific literature on how protein misfolding, mislocalization and malfunction can lead to Alzheimer's disease.
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Industry Insight

The Ethical Implications of AI in Scientific Publishing

As the use of generative AI tools expands, and their potential in scientific research is better understood, there are ethical considerations to be made. Dr. Dror Kolodkin-Gal explores some of the issues and potential solutions.
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