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From Science to Pharma: A Medical Science Liaison Journey


An interview with Martijn Bijker, founder of from Science to Pharma     Hi Martijn, I’d like to thank you for taking the time to chat with me today and share your long-term industry experience with…

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How does your body ‘burn’ fat?


David Prologo, Emory University Many of us may be considering “burning some fat” so we feel better in our bathing suits out on the beach or at the pool. What does that actually mean, though?…

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What organ are you?


Aaram A. KumarHi there! I’m Aaram, the founder of Sciencera. I grew up in beautiful city of Thiruvananthapuram in the Southern part of India, famous for its pristine beaches. Now, I am a scientific writer…

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Beyond the bench: A conversation about careers in science


Four decades ago, over half of the PhDs in biomedical sciences went on to receive tenure-track positions. Currently, that number has dwindled to fewer than 1 in 6. This means that for a majority of…

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LinkedIn 101: How to make the most of LinkedIn?


This is a mini-article in a series of posts that will discuss how you can build a distinct, personal brand. How to make the most of LinkedIn? Do you use LinkedIn to connect with other…

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Superfood? Diet that mimics fasting regenerates insulin-producing cells and reverses diabetes symptoms


1 in 11 adults on the planet has diabetes and every six seconds, someone dies from diabetes and related complications. Once upon a time, it might have been considered a lifestyle disease and a problem…

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Six Tips for Aspiring Science Writers


Are you enthusiastic about science communication? Have you been trying to get your foot in the door or build a reputation as a science writer? Are you, however, not sure how to write articles that…

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Science isn’t apolitical, but here’s why the March for Science should be


A group of scientists and science enthusiasts are planning a March for Science in Washington DC on April 22nd – Earth Day – with satellite marches also expected to take place across the US and the world. Within just…

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Study finds acid reflux is caused by inflammation


Chances are that you might have suffered, or knew someone afflicted by Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Over 20% of Americans are estimated to be affected by it. If the term doesn’t ring a bill, you…

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To Hug or Not to Hug: A Dog Person’s Dilemma


If you are a dog person, these flashy headlines plastered all over the internet recently must have caused you some serious anguish: “Your Dog Hates Hugs”, “Why dogs don’t like to be hugged”, “The Data…

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