Tim Batchelder provides user experience research, design, digital, content, data, knowledge, learning and change management for industries such as life sciences, biotechnology, and healthcare. With an interdisciplinary background in cognitive, bio and information science he enables organizations to uncover, integrate and apply untapped knowledge assets, customer insights, and intelligence to increase resilience, agility, innovation and adapt to disruptive change.
By 2050, 70% of the world’s population is expected to live in towns and cities. Source: Biodiversity loss could be making us sick – here’s why
Microsoft Excel: 1 — Human Genetics: 0. Source: Scientists rename human genes to stop Microsoft Excel from misreading them as dates – The Verge
Preston Estep was alone in a borrowed laboratory, somewhere in Boston. No big company, no board meetings, no billion-dollar payout from Operation Warp Speed, the US government’s covid-19 vaccine funding program. No animal data. No ethics approval. What he did have: ingredients for a vaccine. And one willing volunteer. Estep swirled together the mixture and… … Continue reading Some scientists are taking a DIY coronavirus vaccine