Blog Header

In: Industry trends

21 Jun, 2020Working in the Lab During a Pandemic: What to Expect


As businesses begin to reopen, including laboratories, researchers should expect operations to look slightly different. Based on conversations we’ve had with existing partners and recent literature, here are some of the proposed changes for projects that must be done in person:

Read More

19 Jun, 2020Black Lives Matter in the Life Science Industry


Over the past weeks, Scientist.com has been working hard to listen, learn and implement short-term and long-term changes regarding diversity within our company…

Read More

26 Feb, 2020The Benefits of Doing Research Down Under


Nicola Watkinson, General Manager of the Americas for the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) explains the upside of conducting research Down Under….

Read More

20 Nov, 2019Reducing, Refining and Replacing the Use of Animals in Research


Meaghan Loy, MS, ALAT, SOT Associate Member and Category Director of In Vivo Services at Scientist.com reflects on a recent 3-part webinar series focusing…

Read More

19 Jun, 2019The Effects of Sex Bias in Preclinical Research and How it Can Be Changed


Upsetting the status quo is never easy, especially when it comes to scientific research. Just ask AstraZeneca duo Natasha A. Karp, Associate Principal Scientist/ Biostatistician and Neil Reavey, Associate Director, Research Assurance, who explore ways of overcoming the issue of sex bias in a paper entitled, “Sex Bias in Preclinical Research and Exploration of How to Change the Status Quo.”

Read More