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  • Reaxys Prize Winners Share Their Research Experiences and Advice

    If there is one thing we at Elsevier have learned over the last 10 years of hosting the Reaxys PhD Prize, it’s that there are many different paths to research success. We have seen incredible work from scientists coming from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, and that was again evident with our three winning […]

  • What Were the Biggest Advances in Life Sciences in 2020?

    As we settle into a new year, it’s always good to take a moment to consider what was accomplished in the previous one. That’s why we asked members of Elsevier’s Life Sciences team what they felt were among the most noteworthy advances in the life sciences in 2020. Not surprisingly, the science around the coronavirus […]

  • Pharma Industry Conferences Have Gone Online – Will They Stay There?

    Back in 2014, writer Nick de Cent posed the question Is it time for the conference to go virtual? He interviewed digital healthcare consultant Len Starnes, who argued that bringing pharma and healthcare conferences online could be beneficial in many ways, most notably in expanding participation. Six years later, and COVID-19 forced the issue, prompting […]

  • International Life Science Awards Recognize Reaxys

    The International Life Sciences Awards, an initiative from Global Health & Pharma Magazine (GHP) that is now in its fifth year, recognizes industry innovators – and this year that has included honoring Reaxys as an innovation leader by awarding it the Best Chemistry Predictive Analytics Specialists 2020 for its best-in-class Predictive Retrosynthesis software. GHP acknowledges the […]