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Dr. Ewa Kleczyk on Business, the Pharmaceutical Industry and Women in Science

InTech, in its mission to not only put the highlights on its open access, scientific books but on its perspective authors as well, talked to Dr. Ewa Kleczyk, author of the chapters “Risk Management in the Development of New Products … Continue reading

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March 8th: Promoting Women In Science

When thinking about science, up until now it has been predominantly ruled by men: nevertheless, women have greatly contributed to scientific discoveries and advancements in many science fields from the earliest times. Known women scientists are responsible for literally changing … Continue reading

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Metrics Remixed: The Times They Are a Webby

“See the mind at work and see the mind in work…” (from REMIXTHEBOOK review) “Until quite recently the complete justification for even the most complex scientific facts could be understood by a single person,” Michael Nielsen reminds us before describing … Continue reading

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Commenting Science: Afterlife Affairs-Are We Politically Incorrect in Recognising True Innovators?

One word, actually two: Steve Jobs. Born in 1955, Steven Paul Jobs was our era’s leader among leaders. Can we contest this statement? No. The person, better defined as a persona behind Apple was THE man, both figuratively and literally. … Continue reading

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InTech Sponsors And Attends The Sustainable Development Conference in Dubrovnik

Our planet manages to amaze us every day, and in order to keep it that way we want to be involved in preserving it. There’s nothing better than supporting our scientists in their research, being there to give a warm … Continue reading

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This Week in Science

“Man was made at the end of the week’s work, when God was tired.” (Mark Twain) We will make a small peek from our telescope at the end of our week’s work, and present a short selection of news in … Continue reading

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What a Tangled Web!

A former boss of mine used to say that organizations are like swans. If you look at a swan swimming on water, it looks beautiful and serene. But if you were able to see what was going on underwater, you … Continue reading

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