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New Advances in Cancer Drug Discovery

Download this listicle to discover new biological insights, explore various drug modalities and uncover novel drug combinations.
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Five Ways Pharma Companies Can Keep Up With Demand

This listicle will explore five key risk factors pharmaceutical facilities need to understand, which they can then ultimately renovate to improve output.
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Assessing Kinetics in Drug Discovery

Download this listicle to learn more about the importance of drug kinetics, key experimental techniques and computational modeling tools.
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Navigating the Use of Extracellular Vesicles as Therapeutics

Download this listicle to learn more about extracellular vesicles as engineerable drug delivery vehicles, vaccines and from mesenchymal stem cells.
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Preventing Downtime and Reducing Costs: How To Increase Productivity and ROI in Biopharma Laboratories

Download this listicle to learn effective strategies for reducing costs and preventing downtime in biopharma laboratories.
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The Impact of Industry and Technology on the Next Generation of Scientists

In this listicle, we summarize the findings from the "Science Futures" project and highlight three areas in which industry and technology are impacting the next generation of scientists.
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Maintaining Batch-to-Batch Consistency

Download this listicle to learn more about optimizing reproducibility and batch consistency during biopharmaceutical development.
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5 Influential Neuroscientists, Past and Present

Read this listicle to discover five inspiring neuroscientists and why their influence on other researchers will likely endure well into the future of science.
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Tried and True ‒ German-Engineered Cell Strainers are Bringing Research Further

Publishable results in cell-based research are only as reliable as their preparation. Something as small as the cell strainer used in an experiment can make a difference in the quality and success of results and their credibility for publication.
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Applications of Whole Exome Sequencing

Download this listicle to discover some key applications of whole exome sequencing such as identifying coding mutations in cancer, screening for mutations associated with disease and investigating alternative splicing events.
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