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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
Special Focus Issue takes lessons from multiple areas of immunotherapy to highlight therapeutic solutions for COVID-19
The journal Immunotherapy, published by Future Science Group (FSG), has announced the release of a Special Focus Issue taking lessons from multiple areas of immunotherapy to highlight therapeutic solutions for COVID-19. Immunotherapy was delighted to welcome Melissa Bersanelli from the University of Parma (Italy) as the Guest Editor for the Special Focus Issue. “The heartfelt […]
RegMedNet partners with Dimensions to provide free access to latest funding and grants data
RegMedNet partners with Dimensions to provide members with free access to data on the latest regenerative medicine funding and grants. RegMedNet, part of Future Science Group, and Dimensions, part of Digital Science, have partnered to expand access to data on the latest public and private grants and funding for regenerative medicine research. The partnership will […]
Future Science Group publishes its first Plain Language Summary of Publication
Future Science Group publishes its first Plain Language Summary of Publication – a new, open access, peer-reviewed journal article Recognizing the vital role of patients in medical and scientific research, the Future Science Group (FSG) has today published a new style of article – a Plain Language Summary of Publication, the first of its kind […]
COVID-19 Twitter chat round up
COVID-19 Twitter chat round up On Friday 19 June 2020, Future Science Group hosted a Twitter chat on #TalkCOVID19. The COVID-19 pandemic has been dominating global news headlines and medical communities have been working tirelessly to combat the pandemic, and to ensure that other areas of clinical medicine are not detrimentally affected. In light of […]
COVID-19 Twitter Chat
FSG discusses the clinical impact of COVID-19 across healthcare in #TalkCOVID19 Twitter chat. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on healthcare systems across the globe. Regardless of speciality, clinical workflow has had to evolve rapidly to the changing environment, centered around how to get the best outcome for the patient.
Future Science Group’s response to COVID-19
As a publisher of trusted, leading scientific and clinical research, Future Science Group has made all content relating to COVID-19 free to access in a dedicated content hub, and joined with publishers across the globe to ensure the rapid publication and circulation of new research to support the worldwide effort to fight the novel coronavirus pandemic.