Long Noncoding RNAs: Clarity or Confusion?
Because They Are Such Elusive Prey, lncRNAs Have Yet to Emerge as Therapeutic Targets
Markets Expand for Single-Use Bioreactors
Biobags Offer Advantages Over Fixed-Tank Systems
The Challenges of Harmonizing Biomarker Data
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Top 10 Wall Street Losers of 2016
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Using Social Media in Biotech
Social media has emerged as an important source of communication across all levels of society as well as in scientific and business communities. An increasing number of life science professionals are embraching the various forms of social media (e.g., Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn) for a variety of purposes. We’d like to know if you are also jumping on the social media bandwagon.