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Tim Batchelder is a leader on information strategies in regulated industries including life sciences, biotechnology and healthcare. He has successfully proposed and launched a number of information, content and knowledge management teams and capabilities at both large global companies and smaller startups.  Tim combines the liberal arts and technology to enable organizations to uncover, integrate and apply their untapped knowledge assets, customer insights, data and intelligence.

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The Economist explains: Why gene-therapy drugs are so expensive 

A new gene-therapy cure for an immune disorder has been priced at $665,000 Source: The Economist explains: Why gene-therapy drugs are so expensive | The Economist

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The next wave of AI is rooted in human culture and history

Source: The next wave of AI is rooted in human culture and history

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Don’t Swallow: Rio Faces Health Concerns Ahead of Summer Games

With the Olympic Games due to start this weekend, Rio de Janeiro is far behind in its pledge to clean up polluted shorelines. So, doctors are arming athletes with sage advice: If you plan to compete in Rio’s sewage-laden waters, keep your mouth closed. Source: Don’t Swallow: Rio Faces Health Concerns Ahead of Summer Games

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Cognitive scientist crowdsources egg protein replacement

Labs have spent years trying to recreate the complexity of eggs, scoop by powdery scoop. Little did they know their answer was in a can of chickpeas. Source: The Mysteries of Chickpea Water, a Magical Substitute for Eggs (No, Really)

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