Science Exchange Raises $28M in Series C Funding

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Funding led by Norwest Venture Partners with participation from Union Square Ventures, Maverick Capital and Collaborative Fund Palo Alto, CA – June 29, 2017 – As further evidence of its position as the world’s leading platform for outsourced research and development (R&D), Science Exchange today announced it has raised $28 million in Series C funding. Founded in […]

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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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Science Exchange providers featured in Cell article!

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We are really excited to see Cell mention Science Exchange in it’s latest issue “Science for Sale: Academic Meets Industry”. It’s great to see Cell recognize how academic research is evolving and provide concrete examples of how innovative scientists can use marketplaces like Science Exchange to establish collaborations, access specialist expertise, and create unique funding opportunities […]

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The Emergence of Private Foundations in Science

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The majority of scientific funding in the United States has traditionally come from government agencies and funding bodies.  Organizations such as the NIH, NSF, DOE, and DOD have provided a bulk of the funding, and continue to provide support for universities and lab groups. And yet, much of government funding comes with red tape attached […]

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Guest post: Funding new discoveries with Petridish.org!

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This is a guest post by Matt Salzberg, Founder of Petridish.org (full bio below). If you’re a scientist, you know that funding is becoming harder and harder to find. Traditional sources of funding, such as grants from the National Science Foundation or the National Institute of Health are time intensive, restrictive and slow.  And application success rates […]

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