Radyus Research, an Atlanta, Ga.-based preclinical research organization, has appointed industry veteran Jane McCracken to its Board of Directors to help support Radyus’s rapid growth and expansion into European markets.
From dancing molecules fixing spinal cord injuries to the large-scale production of antibiotics from CRISPR-edited bacteria, 2021 provided us reasons for hope during a depressing pandemic and geopolitical aggression. Here, we describe our top 5 list from 2021 to remind us why we all do what we do.
We sat down with this year’s Nobel Laureate for Physiology or Medicine, Dr. Ardem Patapoutian, to learn about his fascinating prize-winning breakthrough and how he faced challenges on the road to success.
We want to shine a light on some major achievements and acknowledge ongoing frustration in two specific cancer types – lung cancer and glioblastoma. And touch on what lies ahead in 2022.
Meet the unstoppable Alice Zhang. She's been featured in Forbes and she’s young, smart, creative, and the co-founder of Verge Genomics. Read our unique interview with Alice where she talks about the importance of resilience and finding support systems, as she tackles treatments for diseases like ALS and Parkinson’s.
As you may know, NIH has congressionally mandated set-aside programs for U.S. small businesses to engage in research and development activities that have strong potential for commercialization. Grants/awards are intended to stimulate technological innovation and more. We share five tips to help you along the way.