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Scientists Name Abbott a Top Workplace

Originally Published by Abbott. What do scientists at Abbott do They create tiny, life-saving devices for baby’s hearts, seek out neurons that cause Parkinson’s and develop tests for Zika. They invent wearable sensors that eliminate the need for painful fingerpricks for people with diabetes. They drive breakthroughs in infant formula…

Novartis' Women in Science: Mimi Huizinga

As part of “Novartis Presents: Women in Science” series, the company interviewed Mimi Huizinga, who serves as Vice President of Strategic Data and Digital at Novartis Oncology. Huizinga joined Novartis in August 2017 and since then has shown her devotion as an educator and an advocate for patients, families, front-line…

Abbott: Tech Knowledge on Neuromodulation

Tech Knowledge is an online video series about Abbott innovations. Imagine going from complete independence — where you like, when you like, how you like — to being unable to control your arms to brush your own teeth. It can be crushing, mentally and emotionally. For many people living with…

Calling All Girls: Science Needs You

Here’s a pitch for girls everywhere: Want to create life-changing tech Set your sights on Abbott (No. 10 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list). It takes commitment at an early age to build successful careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Women make up just 15-25 percent of…

Scholarship and Drug Discovery at Novartis

(Originally published Dec. 6 on LinkedIn) Today we learned that Novartis is among the top three companies in the world for high-quality science, notably topping the list of collaborative institutions in Nature Index’s Science 2017. Honored to be included in the @Nature Index for our contributions to science and academic…

Scholarship and Drug Discovery at Novartis

(Originally published Dec. 6 on LinkedIn) Today we learned that Novartis is among the top three companies in the world for high-quality science, notably topping the list of collaborative institutions in Nature Index’s Science 2017. Honored to be included in the @Nature Index for our contributions to science and academic…

Women, Minorities Continually Left Behind In STEM Jobs

A study released by U.S. News and Raytheon gives a detailed analysis of the continuous growth in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) field but not for everyone: overall, women and minorities are not making progress in this field at the same rate as white males. However, other studies show…