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Is philanthropy the way forward?

FSG Founder and Chairman was a guest on the Alastair Stewart show on GB News discussing the link between business and philanthropy. 'I've found it very fulfilling, it works extremely well' Chairman of the Future Science Group James Drake on if philanthropy is the way forward. pic.twitter.com/MgruAQEvmm — GB News (@GBNEWS) November 7, 2021

8 November 2021

Bioanalysis Zone announces winner of Rising Star Award 2021

Bioanalysis Zone, the knowledge hub for the bioanalytical industry, has named Zhuo Chen (GSK, PA, USA) the 2021 winner of the Bioanalysis Rising Star Award (BRSA; formerly the New Investigator Award). The BRSA is an annual award that recognizes and promotes the work of talented early-career scientists, offering researchers a springboard to help establish themselves […]

1 November 2021

Oncology Central and Edanz Partner to Bring Innovative Research and Publication Solutions to the Global Oncology Community

Oncology Central, a leading digital site curating oncology-related information and research, and Edanz, a global provider of scientific and research support services, have announced a partnership that brings together their expertise in oncology research, publishing, digital solutions, and audience engagement. The collaboration provides oncologists with innovative solutions to help them conceptualize, plan, and execute oncology […]

3 August 2021

Future Science Group announces new Editor-in-Chief for BioTechniques

Future Science Group (FSG) is delighted to announce the appointment of Michelle S. Itano as the new Editor-in-Chief for BioTechniques, the International Journal of Life Science Methods. Itano is Assistant Professor and Director of the Neuroscience Microscopy Core at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill (NC, USA).  Itano develops and customizes state-of-the-art optical […]

8 July 2021

Future Science Group proudly announces a new author name change policy

Future Science Group (FSG; London, UK), a progressive scientific and medical publisher, is proud to announce it has instigated an author name change policy, enabling authors to anonymously update their names on published work. Historically, in order to update a name on an already published article, it has been standard practice across the scholarly publishing […]

3 June 2021

Scientific Publisher Future Science Group becomes 8th publisher to go live with GetFTR

Future Science Group (FSG) has today joined Get Full Text Research (GetFTR), enabling a growing body of global researchers to benefit from faster and streamlined access to content on and off campus, via affiliated discovery tools and scholarly platforms. FSG becomes the eighth publisher to provide entitlement information through GetFTR, joining the American Chemical Society, […]

19 April 2021

Future Science Group marks International Women’s Day 2021

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2021 (8 March), Future Science Group (FSG; London, UK), a progressive scientific and medical publisher, is delighted to announce the publication of a new infographic depicting some of the key results from our recent survey exploring gender equality in STEM. International Women’s Day, first held in 1911, is marked each […]

8 March 2021

How to win Love Island – with science!

Developing models to predict outcomes is essential in the biomedical sciences. A new article by Sreeram Ramagopalan (F Hoffmann-La Roche, Basel, Switzerland) and colleagues describes the steps to build a simple, predictive model. The team demonstrated the utility of their results by applying them to the popular show Love Island, providing a way for Love […]

30 November 2020

Future Science Group celebrates 15 years of Regenerative Medicine, welcomes new Senior Editor

Future Science Group (FSG; London, UK) is celebrating the 15-year anniversary of the journal Regenerative Medicine with the announcement of a new Senior Editor and a special feature on partner site RegMedNet highlighting the key advances made in the field over that time. Since the first issue of Regenerative Medicine was published in January 2006, […]

18 November 2020

Bioanalysis Zone announces winner of Rising Star Award 2020

Bioanalysis Zone, the knowledge hub for the bioanalytical industry, has named Sooraj Baijnath (Uppsala University, Sweden) the 2020 winner of the Bioanalysis Rising Star Award (BRSA; formerly the New Investigator Award). The BRSA is an annual award that recognizes and promotes the work of talented early-career scientists, offering researchers a springboard to help establish themselves […]

15 October 2020