Life Science Network
The Life Science Network is the destination for life science professionals who wish to network, communicate, share ideas and connect with others. Our group is composed of more than 15,000 executives, scientists, entrepreneurs, investors and media across biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical technology, diagnostics and research communities. Most importantly, the Life Science Network brings no industry agenda. You won't find us pushing promotion disguised as learning. We come together for easy communication, to make new connections, find new ways to collaborate, and help one another find the latest jobs or partnering opportunities. Join us!
May 20, 2016
This week: New research overturns decades of science textbooks with the discovery of a mitochondria-less eukaryote, an expert panel redoubles the stance that genetically modified crops are safe to eat, and scientists identify a key neuronal activity as the causal link between memory loss and REM sleep.
May 13, 2016
Scientists successfully culture a 13-day-old human embryo for the first time, a new paper-based diagnostic test for Zika virus that uses RNA sensors and CRISPR technology is developed, and AACR kicks off National Cancer Research Month with "Real Hope Is" campaign and a plea for increased NIH funding.
May 6, 2016
This week in science, researchers plan to use stem cells to save the last three northern white rhinos from extinction, a study reveals a six-fold price jump in oral cancer medications in the past 15 years, and a genome-wide analysis reveals happiness genes.