Contest will see startup companies compete to develop new ways to improve innovation in life sciences R&D.
The Chemical Safety Library project (CSL) is pleased to release an RFP to build a prototype tool that will be used to enter new hazardous reaction information, store it and enable simple searching on the data held. The vision for the tool, being to make previously unaccessible hazardous reaction information available to the right people at the right time.
We are pleased to announce the full agenda for our 2016 US Conference. If you'd like to attend, please register now! The one-day event for members and invited guests only has been planned around three panel discussions on current hot topics in life sciences R&D, and will include the live judging and audience choice voting for the President's Startup Challenge 2016.
The Pistoia Alliance, an organization dedicated to improving global life sciences R&D, has engaged additional resources as it expands its capabilities to support the implementation of its new strategy.
While the Pistoia Alliance has been successful in the past, with a strong and growing membership, alongside a series of successful projects, which have improved the efficiency of global life sciences R&D, the Pistoia Alliance faces a number of challenges which must be met in order to ensure its continued relevance.
The May 2016 edition of the Pistoia Alliance newsletter, Innovation in Action, is available to download as a PDF document.
AIME has won the inaugural Pistoia Alliance Mini Start-Up Challenge following a closely fought contest. Alongside this, xRapid was also voted as the audience winner at the Pistoia Alliance European Conference, in London.
The Pistoia Alliance, an organization dedicated to improving global life sciences R&D, has announced the finalists of its inaugural Mini Start Up Challenge.
At the Pistoia Alliance we are continuing our growth with the arrival of a number of new members in the first quarter of 2016.