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One Nucleus Strikes Collaboration Deal with Science Exchange To Support Members’ Outsourced R&D Strategies

Science Exchange, the leading marketplace for outsourced R&D™, announced today that it has become a Corporate Partner of One Nucleus, the membership organization for life science and healthcare companies. This exclusive partnership will give One Nucleus members immediate access to thousands of CROs, CMOs, academic institutes, core labs and a global community of scientists from the world’s top R&D organizations.

Based in Cambridge, England, One Nucleus supports institutions, companies, and individuals in its region by connecting them to a vast network of UK-wide and global resources. By providing this connectivity, One Nucleus seeks to maximize the productivity of its members.

“One Nucleus shares our mission of enabling scientific breakthroughs through human connections,” said Elizabeth Iorns, Ph.D., founder and CEO of Science Exchange. “We look forward to working together with One Nucleus to help its members gain access to external innovations and take their science on the fastest path to breakthroughs.”

“Science Exchange is the primary outsourcing channel for most of the top R&D organizations,” stated Tony Jones, CEO of One Nucleus. “We’re excited about this partnership and how it will enable our members to evaluate their outsourcing and procurement strategies whilst connecting with Science Exchange’s partners and providers.”

About One Nucleus

Established in 1997, One Nucleus is an award-winning, not-for-profit Life Sciences & Healthcare membership organization centered on the Greater London-Cambridge-East of England corridor. Headquartered in Cambridge, at the heart of Europe’s largest Life Sciences & Healthcare cluster, we support those institutions, companies, and individuals undertaking activity in or with the above region.

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Gursatya Singh, also known as "Guru", manages the development and execution of strategic marketing initiatives to improve platform suppliers’ visibility and user experience. He is a true guru when it comes to helping suppliers better advertise their research services and providing buyers with easy access to recently commercialized external innovations. Whether working as a lab researcher, publishing scientific papers, or helping start life science startups, Guru believes in making the scientific world more collaborative and connected. Guru holds a master’s degree in biotechnology from the University of Delaware. Follow him on Twitter @Gursatya.

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