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Abraham Heifets - BioScience

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Abstract Machine learning tools promise to revolutionize drug discovery, greatly expand the set of druggable targets, and have shown unbelievably good performance on benchmarks for medicinal chemistry tasks. Unfortunately, recent analyses imply that such apparently-encouraging algorithmic performance is likely to be an artifact of weaknesses

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FDA approves first targeted therapy to treat patients with painful complication of sickle cell disease

FDA Approves First Targeted Therapy to Treat Patients with Painful Complication of Sickle Cell Disease

VIA: https://www.worldpharmanews.com/fda/5020-fda-approves-first-targeted-therapy-to-treat-patients-with-painful-complication-of-sickle-cell-disease Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Adakveo (crizanlizumab-tmca), a treatment to reduce the frequency of vaso-occlusive crisis – a common and painful complication of sickle cell disease that occurs when blood circulation is obstructed by sickled red blood cells – for

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3D Printed Synthetic Tissue and Bone is Here to Stay

3 ways 3D Printed Synthetic Body Parts are Transforming Medical Device Companies

VIA – https://www.cadimensions.com/blog/3-ways-3d-printed-synthetic-body-parts-are-transforming-medical-device-companies Written by: Adam Fasnacht l Published in: 3D Printers If you work at a medical device company, you know that there are many situations that require using human body parts. More often than not, these come from cadavers and not 3D printed synthetic tissue.

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Roche Drug for Spinal Muscular Atrophy

Roche Drug for Spinal Muscular Atrophy Hits Target in Late-Stage Trial

VIA: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-roche-risdiplam-approval/roche-drug-for-spinal-muscular-atrophy-hits-target-in-late-stage-trial-idUSKBN1XL1WL ZURICH (Reuters) – Roche’s bid to rival Biogen and Novartis in treating spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) got a lift on Monday when the Swiss drugmaker said its drug risdiplam improved motor function in a key study. Roche, which plans to seek approval for

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Career Change

4 Steps to Position Yourself for a Career Change

VIA: https://www.biospace.com/article/how-to-position-yourself-for-a-career-change Published: Nov 05, 2019 By Porschia Parker   Have you ever made a career change? If so, how did it go? Most life sciences professionals are overwhelmed by the thought of making a career transition. Any type of change, whether it be to a

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Fitbit

Google Buys Fitbit For $2.1B, Stepping Back Into Wearables

VIA: https://www.fiercebiotech.com/medtech/google-shells-out-2-1b-for-fitbit-and-its-health-focused-wearables – by Conor Hale | Nov 1, 2019   Google has moved to acquire Fitbit through a $2.1 billion deal that will subsume the company’s activity and fitness trackers along with its health-logging platform. The tech giant described the deal as an opportunity to “invest even

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Pi Day

Happy Pi Day   Click Play to see how Emma Haruka Iwao, an employee at Google has broken the Guinness world record for calculating the most digits of Pi. The previous record was set in 2016 of 22.4 trillion digits, yes TRILLION. Emma and a

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Deepak Srivastava

BioScience Forum

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Nathalie Dubois-Stringfellow

BioScience Forum Presents

R&D Partners is excited to attend the BioScience Forum, volunteering monthly at the networking and presentation event. This month Nathalie Dubois-Stringfellow, Ph.D. Vice President, Product Development and Management Sangamo Therapeutics is presenting on “Genomic Medicines: Applications in CNS and Autoimmunity“ When: February 27th, 6:00 PM

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Jill Helms

R&D Partners is excited to attend the BioScience Forum, volunteering monthly at the networking and presentation event. This month Jill Helms, DDS, Ph.D. Professor of Surgery Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Department of Surgery Stanford School of Medicine is presenting on “Powering Tissue Regeneration

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BioScience Forum

  R&D Partners is excited to attend the BioScience Forum, volunteering monthly at the networking and presentation event. This month Tito Serafini, Ph.D. Chief Strategy Officer and Founder Atreca is presenting on “The Patient Knows Best: Next-Generation Oncology Immunotherapeutics from Patient Immune Responses” When: December

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Alex Franzusoff, Ph.D. Chief Executive Officer PACT Pharma, Inc.

R&D Partners is excited to attend the BioScience Forum, volunteering monthly at the networking and presentation event.   This month Alex Franzusoff, Ph.D. Chief Executive Officer, PACT Pharma, Inc. is presenting on “Precision Genome Engineering for Personalized Mutation-Targeted Adoptive T Cell Therapies for Cancer –

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BioScience Forum Presents

BioScience Forum Presents

  R&D Partners is excited to attend the BioScience Forum, volunteering monthly at the networking and presentation event. This month Barbra Sasu, Ph.D. Chief Scientific Officer Allogene Therapeutics, Inc. is presenting on “Allogeneic CAR T Therapies for Cancer” When: July 25, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

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15 Things To Remove From Your Resume

15 Things To Remove From Your Resume

1. Anything that doesn’t relate to the position you’re applying for 2. Irrelevant accomplishments or awards 3. One and Two-month jobs that don’t matter 4. Reasons why you left a previous company 5. Unconnected jobs from 10+ years ago 6. Details that give away your age 7. Skills that are outdated 8. “References Upon Request” 9. Inconsistent formatting 10.  Complete mailing address 11. Full Paragraphs 12. Personal Bio 13. Your Hobbies 14. Head-shots 15. Your GPA   For More Interview Tips Click Here For More Resume Tips Click Here To View Our Open Positions Click Here

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William Schmidt

BioScience Forum Presents

R&D Partners is excited to attend the BioScience Forum, volunteering monthly at the networking and presentation event. This month William Schmidt, Ph.D. Vice President of Clinical Development, ViroMed Inc., Vice President of Clinical Development, EicOsis, LLC., Chief Medical Officer, Ensysce Biosciences is presenting on “DNA-based Potential

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Happy National Donut Day

The Science Behind Donuts

National Donut day started in 1938 as a fund raiser for Chicago’s The Salvation Army. They used this delicious treat to raise money for those in need during the great depression. Volunteers who handed out donuts to soldiers were known as Doughnut Dollies. There are

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5 Ways to work smarter not harder

5 Ways to work Smarter not Harder

It’s easy to get lost in the numerous tasks we need to accomplished every day and what value they really have.  Try these 5 tips and see how working smarter not harder saves you some time in the office.   Comment below if these tips

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Science Facts About MOM

We all know that women go through a lot when they become mothers but do we fully know the extent to which women change during pregnancy? For instance did you know a moms brain alters during the pregnancy process. 3 Interesting Facts About Moms: There’s a

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5 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT CINCO DE MAYO

Many people think that Cinco de Mayo or May 5th is Mexico’s Independence Day but it actually isn’t! May 5th celebrates the day the Mexican Army defeated French Forces at the battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican war in 1862. Mexico celebrates their Independence on

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BioScience

R&D Partners is excited to attend the BioScience Forum, volunteering monthly at the networking and presentation event.   This month Jeff Jasper, Ph.D. Executive Director, Research Science Merck Research Laboratories is Presenting on “P2X3 Receptors and Sensory Afferent Pathobiology” When: May 30th, 6:00 PM –

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How too much sitting may be shrinking a part of your brain

Over the past few years standing desks have become more popular in offices everywhere. Until now the negative side effects to sitting too long have been weight gain, back pain, low energy etc. Now thanks to A new study done by researchers at the University

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4 SIMPLE WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE AT WORK (1)

Working 8 or more hour’s days at a desk takes a toll on your body. Here are 4 simple ways you can stay aligned!   Why You Should Uncross Your Legs Sitting with your legs crossed at your knee can cause your blood pressure to

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MARCH FOR SCIENCE April 14th

What started as a series of rallies has turned into a movement. More than 200 satellite events around the world are scheduled to participate in this years march, from Washington D.C. to Nigeria.   “The march itself, we hope, is going to encourage politicians and

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Priority Matrix

If you feel like you’re drowning in a full inbox and multiple voicemails you can definitely benefit from this priority matrix tool.  Time management is a tool you can improve with these 4 steps.   IMPROVE YOUR TIME MANAGEMENT WITH THESE 4 STEPS: Urgent and

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3 PHRASES THAT WILL MAKE YOU SOUND LIKE A MORE CONFIDENT LEADER

Without even realizing it the way we speak might not be portraying us as the leaders we are in the office. Here are 3 phrases I hear all the time that can easily be exchanged for powerful verbiage that will make us sounds like more

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Anne Marie

R&D Partners is excited to attend the BioScience Forum, volunteering monthly at the networking and presentation event. This month Anne-Marie Duliege, M.D. Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer Rigel Therapeutics Will be presenting on  “SYK or Not Sick: Tackling Auto-Immune Diseases with an Oral

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Some interesting egg facts to share while you enjoy activities with your family and friends this Easter weekend. EGG-CELLENT FACTS:   The shape of an Egg – An egg can be more rounded or pointed; this all depends on the species of the bird. Researchers

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Office Etiquette Guide

If you’ve worked in the same office with the same coworkers for some time now it may be easy to forget proper office etiquette.   HERE ARE 7 TIPS YOU SHOULD NEVER FORGET: Mute your computer/cell phone – Everyone doesn’t need to be notified when

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7 Career Tips For The Young Professional

Life after college can be daunting.  Below are a few simple tips to help establish the foundation to a successful livelihood.   WRANGLE IN ESSENTIAL LIFE RESPONSIBILITIES Skills such as – Living within your means, starting a 401k, dealing with rejection, paying bills on time

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In Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

What comes to mind when you think of Ireland? For me it’s beer, shamrocks and leprechauns! The Irish have also contributed numerous important inventions and discoveries to the world.   Here are 6 Things You Never Knew Came From Irish Inventors:   MODERN CHEMISTRY The

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5 Things Not To Say During A Job Interview

The hiring managers have already invited you in for an interview which means they like what they saw on your resume. Now it’s time to meet face to face and leave a lasting impression. Everything you say is going to be a part of that

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3 Ways Daylight Saving

This Sunday, March 11th 2018 marks the 100th year that most of the United States has participated in Daylight Saving Time. On March 9th, 1918, congress enacted the very first daylight saving law. Now that 100 years have passed research has found that science does

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5 Scientific Ways To Get Motivated

For the days when you feel like you just can’t.

Did you know there are simple behavioral solutions to help you get motivated to work? Here are 5 scientifically proven examples of things you can do to motivate yourself to get through your day or even to finish a project. Chant A Mantra- One study

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Women In Science

March is Women’s History month. To celebrate the many contributions women have made to Life Science here are 5 of History’s Greatest Female Scientists.   Marie Curie 1867-1934 Marie is also the only women in history to win Nobel Prizes in two different scientific categories.

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Tomorrow, February 28th will be the tenth International Rare Disease Day coordinated by Eurordis . Since 2008 on the last day of February organizations from countries and regions all over the world hold activities designed to raise awareness on rare diseases and the struggles patient’s/families

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WHAT’S YOUR PITCH_HOW TO IMPRESS POTENTIAL EMPLOYERS IN 5 STEPS!

Your pitch is how you introduce yourself to your potential new employer. Make Your Elevator Pitch in 5 EASY STEPS: Introduce yourself ~ Keep it simple What’s your name, degree, and years of relevant experience? What do you know about the company ~ Show the

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The Most Pro-Science Presidents In American History

In honor of Presidents Day this Monday, February 19th here are 5 of the most science friendly presidents in U.S. history.   1. Thomas Jefferson- • Spoke five languages and had a keen interest in science (especially archaeology), engineering. • Jefferson invented a clock that

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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF WOMEN and girls in Science

International Women in Science Day was created in 2015 by the Royal Academy of Science International Trust and The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs to recognize the fundamental roles women play in science. “Science and gender equality are both vital for the

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10 THINGS TO DO AFTER WORK THAT WILL MAKE YOU HAPPIER! (1)

10 ThingsTo DO After Work TO Be Happier

For a long time I was one of those people who would come home from work and immediately turn on the TV. I decided to try an experiment and instead of watching so much TV I stated doing a mix of these 10 things to

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Getting started on an email is not always easy.  Balancing including general niceties and important content can be challenging.  You want to be polite and friendly while not distracting from important content.  Below are a few ways to be relevant and direct.   FOLLOWING UP

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3 QUESTIONS TO ANSWER IN YOUR COVER LETTER

Your cover letter should convey why you are the perfect candidate for the position. HERE ARE 3 QUESTIONS YOUR COVER LETTER SHOULD EASILY ANSWER: WHO ARE YOU? Start your cover letter with your success. What is amazing about you? What have you done recently that

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_Aroma Chemistry_Why Does Bacon Smell So Good

Nothing gets a person’s mouthwatering more that the smell of bacon cooking.  Have you ever wondered what it is about bacon that sends everyone taste buds into a frenzy? There is actually a science behind the aroma of frying bacon. When you fry bacon it

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This January marks R&D Partner’s 10 year Anniversary in placing Scientific, Clinical Research & Engineering professionals in the US Life Science Industry. We would like to thank all the clients, employees and candidates that we have worked with along the way. Thank you!  

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5 STEPS TO CREATING A CAREER PLAN_

Creating an effective personal career plan is a vital to developing a career you deserve and love.  Go through the below four steps and carefully answer the questions to identify your goals and note the actions you need to take to get you there.  By

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Opening up to your colleagues always feels like the right thing you do but at what point do you feel like you’ve crossed a line? Sharing aspects of yourself in the right way can do wonders for your career and office life. At the same

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DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ICE AND SNOW_

Just because Ice and Snow are both solid forms of water, doesn’t make them the same. Here is the difference between them: WHAT IS SNOW? Snow is the word for precipitation that falls as frozen water. A snowflake is made up of many tiny ice

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5 COMMON EMAIL SUBJECT LINES TO AVOID

Having worked with email for as long as I have I can honestly say I’ve seen it all. Subject lines that left me confused, made my eyes roll, or a mix of the two.  The point of this articles it to clear up all that

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Christmas Science_ 8 Interesting Facts About Reindeer

Thanks to songs like Rudolph the Red-noise Reindeer, these fascinating creatures are synonymous with Christmas. How much do you actually know about reindeer? HERE ARE 8 INTERESTING FACTS YOU AND YOUR KINDS WILL BE DELIGHTED TO KNOW: Reindeer live in very large packs of sometimes

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8 Career Refreshing and Boosting steps

8 Career Refreshing and Boosting Steps

There are still 3 weeks left in 2017 and before we start the holidays and celebrations ask yourself how prepared are you to start another year?   Here are 8 Career Refreshing and Boosting Steps:   Write Out Your One-Year Plan Do you have your

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4 Body Language Mistakes To Avoid At

Your body language can say so much about what type of employee you are.  Here are 4 common body language mistakes employees make and tips on how to improve them. Weak Handshake Handshakes matter because they often serve as the “first impression”. Having a weak

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5 quick changes

Revising and updating your resume can take some time, time not everyone has. If you’re looking to revamp your resume but don’t have a lot of time here are 5 quick, easy ways to make your resume standout and get noticed.  Remove the Fancy Formatting

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Thanksgiving Trivia

Thanksgiving Trivia

Originally a day to give thanks for the harvest, Thanksgiving is a national holiday in the U.S. and Canada. But how much do you know about it? Try these Thanksgiving Trivia questions and comment how many you get correct!   What is the busiest travel

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Out Of Office – Holiday Accessibility (1)

As we get closer to the end of the year, more and more holidays, are upon us.  This means truncated work weeks, time away from the office for vacations and holiday parties.   As much as we are all ready for a break make sure you

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Turkey facts

Thanksgiving is less than a week away; here are 8 fun facts to share at the table.   Turkeys can blush- If a turkey is frightened, excited or ill the exposed skin on its head and neck will change from pale pink or gray to

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5 Ways To Nail An Interview

IN-PERSON INTERVIEW ADVICE:   Prep copies of your resume/cover letter and print them on high quality paper: For the most formal appearance, choose resume bond paper available where office/school supplies are sold. Don’t use paper that is extremely dark, bright or pastel. They don’t convey

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5 AMAZING Science BREAKTHROUGHS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED

5 “feel good” Science Breakthroughs you may have missed:   Common Cold Cure A Step Closer Scientists claim to have “cracked” the genetic code which underpins the illness’s many strains. Researchers now say a simple gene-targeting drug able to cure all examples of the virus

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5 Ways To Nail A Phone Interview

Today’s increasingly busy digital world means many employers are turning to phone interviews to quickly get to know a candidate better. After you pass the phone interview usually then is when you’ll be invited for a face to face.    HERE ARE 5 TIPS TO

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4 WAYS TO STAND OUT WHILE JOB HUNTING

The application process is very competitive; here are 4 ways you can stand out!   Update LinkedIn profile. LinkedIn is a virtual professional network for online resumes and networking, a personal branding source that should continually be updated to show your most up to date

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How Blood Stain Pattern

When a crime scene involves blood someone can be hurt or worse, dead. In situations like this law enforcement officials call upon experts in bloodstain pattern analysis or BPA to determine the details of what happened as quickly as possible. Every drop of blood tells

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5 CAREER TERMS

A cheat sheet of buzzwords and phrases that are popular at the moment. Elevator Pitch A quick way to communicate your purpose and talents. Compelling and to the point, elevator pitches aim to pique someone’s interest and entice them to learn more about you. Culture

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Science Experiment- Why Do Leaves Change Colors In Autumn-

As autumn sets in you probably have notice the beautiful changing colors of leaves. Here is a simple experiment you can do at home that shows you why leaves change their colors in autumn. MATERIALS: 3 leaves (from the same tree) Rubbing Alcohol Jar Plastic

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10 THINGS GREAT EMPLOYEES DO BEFORE NOON

If you can accomplish these 10 things before noon you are well on your way to having a very productive day. Here are 10 things that great employees accomplish before noon.   Make A Work To-Do List The Day Before. Get A Full Night’s Rest.

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How Diseases got their names

Alzheimer’s Disease 1901, Alois Alzheimer analyzed a 51 year old women at an asylum who had no short term memory. When she died he dissected her brain and presented the illness as Alzheimer ’s disease. Asperger’s Syndrome 1944, Asperger named the disease after he observed

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Indispensable at work

10 Ways to be the stand out employee who is simply indispensable.   ① Don’t be afraid to take the lead/ownership ② Always go the extra mile (the difference between ordinary and extraordinary is the ‘extra’) ③ Make sure you understand the company’s bottom line

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The Science of getting old

WHY WE AGE: Eventually the cells in our bodies become less equipped to repair and replicate themselves. This process of senescence is the basis of aging. Scientists believe senescence is an irreversible step in the lives of cells. What is not known is why this

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10 Ways To Recharge

10 Simple Ways To Recharge

Are you feeling stressed or swamped at work? Here are a few simple things you can do to recharge your battery. 10 simple ways you can recharge without taking a vacation. Go for a walk without your phone Listen to a podcast Exercise for at

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Mythbusters

Mythbusters

8 of the most common myths some people still believe to be true. We Only Use 10% of our brain. Most of the brain cortex works at full capacity, even when we are asleep. Brain cells stop growing when you reach adulthood. Neurons flourish and

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The 2017 Ig Nobel Prize Winners

The 2017 Ig Nobel Prize Winners

The Ig Nobel Prize takes place every year mid-September right around the same time recipients of the genuine Nobel Prizes are announced. The Ig Nobel Prize however is intended to celebrate the unusual visionary whose inventions are meant to make people laugh and spark your

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10 Time Management Skills To Master

10 Time Management Skills To Master

Stay On Track – Schedule your day before it unfolds. Remember The Basics – Use planners and calendaring to help you prioritize your work day. Schedule your activities in shorter increments to really use your time effectively. (e.g. 15 minutes not 30 minutes) Complete Harder

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ANATOMY OF A HURRICANE

ANATOMY OF A HURRICANE

Life Cycle: Formation- Storms in disturbed area of ocean Tropical depression- Thunderstorms start to swirl around a centre Tropical storm- Winds over 39 mph Hurricane- Winds over 74 mph Inside: Eye Wall – Composed of dense clouds that contain the strongest winds in the storm.

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Chemistry of Grilling - Happy Labor Day - RD Partners

LABOR DAY IN AMERICA

Labor Day is a holiday held to honor the contributions and achievements of workers all over America and Canada. It is celebrated on the first Monday in September and in many other countries on May 1st. Fun Facts on Labor Day: Labor Day is celebrated

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3 Ways Successful People Work Less & Get More Done

Disconnect In Order To Reconnect- Try to disconnect from your work emails over the weekends. If you must check your emails over the weekend set a short period of time to do so. Create An 80/20 Rule- 80% of outcomes can be attributed to 20%

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3 Habits That Will Make You Sound Smarter

Did you know when it comes to appearing smarter speaking is superior to writing? This is because writing lacks nonverbal elements such as, emotion, tone and thoughtfulness.  Here are 3 tips you can implement today to sound smarter. Avoid Mindless Language- Avoid cliché, buzzwords. Avoid

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animal facts

Enjoy these 4 interesting animal facts. A tigers tongue is so rough it can lick the paint right off of buildings. It can also strip the skin right from the bones of another animal. 3 interesting things about the Scorpion Mouse- They’re carnivorous, immune to

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Do's and Don'ts

Starting a new position can be stressful and you may feel a lot of pressure to make big impressions quickly. There are a few things you can do to make this transition a smooth success and also a few things to avoid setting you back.

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Fingers Can Detect Nano-Scale Wrinkles - R&D Partners

Human Fingers Can Detect Nano-Size Objects

Human fingers can detect nano-size objects. Meaning we can feel tiny details invisible to the naked eye. Scientists have discovered that not only do we have the ability to feel a tiny bump the size of a large molecule, but if your fingers were the

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Science of Happiness

Ever wonder what the science of happiness is? The phrase “the science of happiness” refers to a new field of social science called positive psychology. If you could use an extra dose of happiness keep reading… 🙂  This Science of Happiness The Hippocampus- The area of

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power words

Make your accomplishments stand out and sound impressive by using these action verbs.   Positive words: Adaptable Ambitious Dependable Flexible Efficient Consistent Words To Use If You Started Something: Developed Generated Initiated Implemented Devised Words To Use If You Led Something: Coached Conducted Guided Instructed

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5 Things You Can Do

Feeling stuck in your career? Try these 5  career tips!  Contact an influencer… Is there someone in your industry that you look up to? Have you been thinking about collaborating with them? Pull the trigger and email them! Read a book… Not just any book.

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7 Science Facts we didn’t know at the start of 2017:

Comment below which one you found the most surprising!   7 Science Facts we didn’t know at the start of 2017: Hiding in our digestive system, a new human organ has been classified; please welcome your mesentery. Your appendix might not be vestigial. Your appendix

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5 ways to impress at work

You wrote an impressive resume, you nailed the interview, you got the job! What’s next? Impress your new boss and coworkers, here’s 5 ways how.   5 ways to impress at work:   Turn the words ‘I can’t’ to ‘I can’; Get creative with ways

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Science Fun Facts

6 INTERESTING FACTS FROM OUTER SPACE TO THE SEA

From Outer Space to the Sea- Enjoy these 6 interesting facts that may have not known. SPACE 2 Minutes- That’s how long a human being can survive in space unprotected. There are not 24 hours in a day- 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4 seconds

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Amber Salzman

BioScience Forum Presents Amber Salzman: President and CEO, Adverum

R&D Partners is excited to attend the BioScience Forum, volunteering monthly at the networking and presentation event. This month, Amber Salzman, Ph.D. President and Chief Executive Officer Adverum Biotechnologies Will be presenting on “Gaining Momentum in Gene Therapy for Rare Diseases and Ocular Diseases” When:

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5 WAYS TO CALM YOUR INTERVIEW NERVES

5 WAYS TO CALM YOUR INTERVIEW NERVES

Getting nervous before an interview is completely normal. Here are 5 ways to calm your nerves so you can be 100% on top of your game.   5 WAYS TO GET RID OF THOSE PRE-INTERVIEW NERVE’S:   Make Sure You Eat- Interviews can sometimes last

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The Science Behind Fireworks

The chemistry behind a firework explosion: The four main chemical ingredients needed to make a firework explode are; An Oxidizer- Provides enough oxygen to facilitate the burn. Fuel- Once combined with the oxidizer sets the stage for an explosion. Colorant- Pellets containing gun powder and

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CORONAVIRUSES – ANTIVIRAL DRUG IN THE WORKS

Coronaviruses are responsible for 30% of human common colds.  More seriously they are responsible for SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) and MERS (Middle East Respiratory System).  In just over a decade, both SARS and MERS are two brand new viruses that have arisen from coronavirus. 

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SIMPLE TRICKS TO MAKE YOUR WORK DAY EASIER

Whether you need tips for time management or stress here are a few tips to get you through the work week. Save Some Time: By creating a cheat sheet of all the information you use daily you can save a lot of time. Simply copy

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10 Interesting Facts About The Human Body

Our Bodies are extremely fascinating and complex.  Some of these facts may be hard to believe but they are happening inside of you right now. 10 Facts about the Human Body: 80% of the brain is water Your brain uses 20% of the oxygen that

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The Immune System Attacks in Parkinson’s Disease

Scientists have theorized for over 100 years that a tie exists between Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and the immune system, however an association was unable to be identified through prior investigation until now… Parkinson’s Disease – The Basics Progressive disorder affecting movement Neurons called substantia nigra

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WHAT CAUSES THE SMELL AFTER IT RAINS?

 Have you ever stopped to think why there is such a distinctive smell after it rains? Rain has no scent until it hits the ground, but scientists have identified the mechanism that releases the fragrance of rain into the environment.     The scent known

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4 SIMPLE WAYS TO END EACH WORK DAY HAPPY

Follow these 4 simple ways to make sure your ending each day at work on a happy note. Set aside five minutes Write down what you have achieved for the day. “It’s a great confidence builder, and it helps you quantify and assess your strengths.”

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