Monthly Archives: July 2018

Red Flags in Drug Discovery

A few years ago, Luke Timmerman of Xconomy wrote about the 21 Red Flags in biotech investing and Sally Church of the Pharmastrategy Blog wrote a related post on Red Flags in clinical trials and cancer research.  Here are a … Continue reading

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DB Cooper Stories in Cancer

Last year the news was all abuzz with new evidence that was uncovered by amateur investigators looking into the most infamous hijacker in aviation history, a man known only as DB Cooper. The investigators found traces of material on his … Continue reading

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Prepare Your Vendors

How can preparing your vendors help make the ELN/LIMS selection process easier? Continue reading

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San Diego Biotech Networking Tips

People network for two basic reasons: to expand the pool of potential job opportunities, and to find sales/partnering opportunities. In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the common career networking mistakes, tips for getting the most out of networking events, and career networking resources available to biotech professionals in San Diego.
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Know Thyself

What do you need to know about your organisation in order to have a successful ELN/LIMS implementation? Continue reading

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Let The Project Drive The Schedule

A common mistake in ELN/LIMS assessments and implementations is to attempt to timebox the project. Here are a few reasons to let the project drive the schedule rather than vice-versa. Continue reading

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Let The Data Drive The Decision

A common trap that companies fall into when making an ELN or LIMS selection is failing to let the data drive the decision. Learn about some of the common pitfalls and how to overcome them. Continue reading

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