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Accelerating Access to Health Through Philanthropic Investment: Thinking Beyond the Initial Investment

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Corporate giving is not a new concept. Most companies make philanthropic donations or contributions to causes that are important to them. MilliporeSigma is no exception — but I’d like to think that our process, from inception to implementation and investment, is unique.  

The Write Stuff: 3 Expert Tips from Tama Hasson on Academic Science Writing

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Dr. Tama Hasson starts off her New Year grilling would-be science writing skills tutors. From January to June, she interviews and evaluates senior graduate students to see if they have the “write stuff” to shepherd Amgen Scholars through the science writing process at UCLA.

Meet the Amgen Scholars of 2015

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When most undergrads think back on ‘summer vacations’, they may associate them with sleeping in late, heading to the beach and spending free time watching Netflix.

CSR and Sustainability Get Closer Scrutiny in New Academic Research - CSR Minute for December 2, 2013

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CSR sometimes has the unintended effect of triggering irresponsible behavior. That’s the surprising finding from a recent study by the London Business School and the University of California, Riverside. It reports that after engaging in socially responsible behaviors, some companies are more likely to act unethically in the future, because their corporate leaders feel that they've accumulated "moral credits" by doing good deeds.

Monsanto Company Provides Royalty-Free Access To Important Biotechnology Innovation For Academic Research Community And Non-Profit Research Institutions

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(3BL Media) St. Louis, MO - Sept. 25, 2012 - Monsanto Company today announced that it will provide a royalty-free research license to the academic community and other non-profit research institutions to a newly issued US Patent related to the Agrobacterium transformation method.

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