Science Exchange enables completion of the Kakapo 125 Project

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Sequencing the genomes of every individual kākāpō in the entire species The kākāpō is a species of large, flightless, nocturnal, ground-dwelling parrot of the super-family Strigopoidea endemic to New Zealand. With only 154 living individuals remaining, it’s one of the world’s rarest birds. Since early 2016, The Genetic Rescue Foundation, in partnership with The Department of […]

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New Feature for Requesters: Add Collaborators to Your Order

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Science, by its very nature, lends itself to collaboration. At Science Exchange, we endeavor to make discovery and access to scientific services as easy as possible – while also improving researchers’ ability to collaborate effectively. With that goal in mind, we have released the Requester Collaboration feature. This feature allows requesters of scientific services to […]

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Why requesters love Sourcing Manager & neuroscientist, Zev Wisotsky

At Science Exchange, our Masters’ and Ph.D.-level sourcing managers will help you find the right service provider for your project. Based on glowing customer testimonials, we know that our sourcing managers are one of our company’s greatest assets. Let’s get to know them better! We’ll start with customers’ favorite, Zev Wisotsky. Trained in neuroscience, he […]

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Mass Spec: Shedding Light on Cancer Biomarkers with Century-Old Technology

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Imagine telling the inventor of the radio that the technology he discovered was now found in almost every kitchen in America, and that you used it to make your popcorn last night. He’d probably be surprised, and maybe you are, too.  Sound far-fetched? Many aspects of modern life rely on technology that was first identified […]

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Is scientific collaboration broken?

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At Science Exchange, we believe that collaboration is the future of science. In fact, we created Science Exchange to help scientists access top equipment and expertise to simplify their collaborations. We wanted to learn how scientists are currently working with their peers, so we surveyed over 1500 scientists about their collaborations. Check out our infographic below which summarizes the […]

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How Can My Lab Make More Money?

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Some of the Science Exchange team recently went to AAAS – the American Association for the Advancement of Science. While there, I went to several sessions that talked about the composition of research teams and the dedication they have to have applying for grant after grant, and often times not hearing back for months at a […]

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Small Biotech Stories: Eos Neuroscience

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Eos Neuroscience is a company built on collaboration, featuring a unique team with expertise in transgenes, virology and gene expression, and retinal degeneration. Once they complete their preclinical stage, their intended userbase would be those with blindness attributed to photoreceptor degeneration, or age-related macular degeneration. They are running into some problems in the process of […]

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Q&A with Barry Bunin, CEO of Collaborative Drug Discovery

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The following is an interview conducted by Science Exchange with Barry Bunin, CEO of Collaborative Drug Discovery (CDD). You can find more info on CDD at: https://www.collaborativedrug.com/ Q: What prompted you to create CDD? A: First we saw a need to broadly empower scientists with self-explanatory technologies for scientific data and decision management.   I especially noticed in […]

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