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Pros and Cons: Working in Small Life Sciences Companies vs. Large Organizations

Is your dream job with a large organization or a small company? It’s common for life sciences professionals to have a preference one way or the other when considering employment opportunities. While many people might have a primary reason for desiring to work at a small company or a large organization, most individuals haven’t really compared the differences and the implications on their career. Are you impressed by large established organizations? Or, do you seek out innovative start-ups and small companies? To help with your career planning, we’ve compiled a list of the major pros and cons when working in small companies versus large organizations!

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Understanding the Role of Dissolved O2 & CO2 on Cell Culture in Bioreactors

This video, which has 10,000+ views, uses narration and animation to explain the role of dissolved oxygen and carbon dioxide on cell culture in bioreactors.

Celltrion Makes Public Plans to Invest $33 Billion in Biologics, APIs and AI

Celltion Chairman Seo Jung-jin has announced that the biopharma group will invest roughly $34 billion and create some 110,000 jobs by 2030. These monies will be distributed so as to provide roughly $23 billion for its biopharma business, $4 billion for its APIs business and $7 billion for its U-Healthcare platform business which involves artificial intelligence and medical database services. The stated purpose of which being to build a bio-industrial valley capable of making South Korea the hub of the global biopharma industry. To realize this business plan, Celltrion says it will hire some 2,000 R&D professionals and 8,000 others for its expanded factories. Learn More