Guest post: Reforming the patent system to better promote innovation

This is a guest post by Llewellyn Cox, Program Administrator for Research at the USC School of Pharmacy, and Founder of Research2.0. (full bio below). One of the biggest barriers to market entry for a startup business, whether it is in biotech, software, or any other innovative industry, is dealing with the thorny issues of intellectual […]

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Science Exchange facilities acknowledged in scientific paper

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We created Science Exchange to help match researchers in need of expertise with those scientists who could provide it. That’s why its exciting to see the first paper acknowledging Science Exchange and those core facilities who provided expert services in a recent breast cancer study. “A New Mouse Model for the Study of Human Breast Cancer […]

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Core Research Facilities Offer Help to Scientists Affected by Hurricane Sandy

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Science Exchange waives transaction fees to enable scientists to recoup losses and continue Palo Alto, CA – November 5, 2012 – Core research facilities on the Science Exchange network announced today their support for those researchers affected by Hurricane Sandy. With the hurricane affecting thousands of researchers across the Greater New York area, losing valuable […]

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Helping Researchers Affected by Hurricane Sandy

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Hurricane Sandy has not only affected millions of lives, but has had a tragic impact on the work of scientists and researchers in the North East. Power outages, flooding, and loss of storage has affected years of work in antibodies, enzymes, constructs, and other research material. And yesterday we learned that thousands of experimental mice […]

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