Catalyst Bioscience

Information is Awesome - But knowledge is Power
Brief Introduction:
Information, it is all around us providing us a 24/7 deluge of data with which to formulate, and execute the key decisions that drive our success. Data driven decision making is key to strategic planning, but sourcing the information you need, in the quantity desired, AND on demand can be a challenge. We believe that information should not be a barrier to moving your life science projects forward, but rather a launching pad.

This is where Catalyst Bioscience begins by deploying our team of human Neural Search Engines (NSEs) to work with you toward developing, performing, and analyzing complex information search challenges spanning the life science space. Further, our capabilities can be extended to identifying and sourcing key life science related tools, resoruces, and service providers.

Information, analysis, and resoruce navigation when you need it equals more time for you - to succeed.


Contact Us and let us be your personal time machine.
Let Us Help You Turn Information Into Power:
Life Science in the News:
  • Cancer’s Achilles’ Heel? Scientists have identified a subtype of cancer stem cell (CSC) that appears to be linked with acquired resistance to chemotherapy and may represent a tumor’s therapeutic Achilles’ heel. A ...
    Posted Sep 11, 2012, 10:19 AM by Steven Munevar
  • Bits of Mystery DNA, Far From ‘Junk,’ Play Crucial Role Among the many mysteries of human biology is why complex diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure and psychiatric disorders are so difficult to predict and, often, to treat. An equally ...
    Posted Sep 8, 2012, 3:03 PM by Steven Munevar
  • Sensing Cyborg Tissues Now Feasible Scientists have developed a technique for constructing silicon nanowire tissue scaffolds that contain nanoscale electrodes capable of monitoring intra- and extracellular function within living biological tissues grown through them. The ...
    Posted Aug 27, 2012, 10:32 AM by Steven Munevar
  • Cancer’s Lack of Sweet Tooth Points to Therapeutic Target The glycosylation of a regulatory enzyme involved in keeping cells topped up with nutrients could represent a new target for cancer therapy, scientists claim. A team led by California Institute ...
    Posted Aug 24, 2012, 2:44 PM by Steven Munevar
  • Cord Blood Cells Efficiently Reprogrammed into hiPSCs Scientists have devised what they say is a reproducible and efficient virus-free method for reprogramming human lineage-committed cord blood myeloid progenitor cells into induced pluripotent stem cells (hIPSCs ...
    Posted Aug 23, 2012, 9:05 AM by Steven Munevar
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