Equipnet Auction: Used Lab Equipment including HPLC systems, mass spectrometers & more...
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New Job Postings...
Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs @ OptiNose US
Research Scientist @ GlycoBac
Immuno-oncology Associate Scientist/Scientist @ Silverback Therapeutics
- Senior Medical Operations Manager, Medical Affairs OptiNose US, Inc. (PA)
- Senior Director, Health Economics and Outcomes Research OptiNose US, Inc. (PA)
- Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs OptiNose US, Inc. (PA)
- Vice President, Quality OptiNose US, Inc. (PA)
- Director, External Manufacturing & Procurement (Mfg. & Packaging) OptiNose US, Inc. (PA)
- Grants and Contracts Administrator Seattle Children’s Research Institute (WA)
- Senior Manager/Director, Quality Assurance Aptevo Therapeutics Inc (WA)
- Senior Manager/Director, Quality Control Aptevo Therapeutics Inc (WA)
- Director, Associate Director (Head of PVG Scientists) Seattle Genetics, Inc. (WA)
- Compensation and Benefits Leader Alder Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. (WA)
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Learn about Icogenex Biotech Incubator Space Available for Lease
Full service laboratory and office incubator space is available for sublease in the Seattle
Fremont neighborhood. Ideal for small biotech companies or startups, individual lab benches and
secure office space may be rented with short- or long-term lease options.
Laboratory lease terms include the use of basic molecular and cell biology laboratory equipment,
as well as glass wash and janitorial services.
Located within a ten minute drive of the University of Washington, Institute for Systems Biology,
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute, PATH, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and others.
March 28 is American Diabetes Association Alert Day.
American Diabetes Association Alert Day® is a one-day "wake-up call” asking the American public to take the Diabetes Risk Test to find out if
they are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
LifeScience Moment: Ether used as surgical anesthetic for the first time.
Dr. Crawford Long, an American physician and pharmacist in Jefferson, Georgia, used ether for the first time on March 30, 1842 to
remove a tumor from the neck of James M. Venable. Long subsequently removed a second tumor from Venable, and later used ether as an anesthetic in
amputations and childbirth. The results of these trials were published in 1848 in The Southern Medical and Surgical Journal.
Although Long is regarded as the first to have used an ether anesthesia in surgery, William T. G. Morton, an American dentist publicly
demonstrated the use of inhaled ether as a surgical anesthetic on October 16, 1846 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Life Science Evolution...
It's a Small World
Anthrax Bacteria (Photo Credit: Janice Haney Carr)
"Technology is the knack of so arranging the world that we do not experience it."
Max Frisch, German novelist