Gordon Binder's Science Lessons

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A book by the past CEO of Amgen? Awesome! Buying this book and reading it was somewhat of a no-brainer for me, and I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in a career in the biotech industry.
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Stanford E-Corner Podcasts Relevant to Biotech

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Stanford's Entrepreneur Corner is a great resource that is open for everyone. Highly successful entrepreneurs are invited to give roughly 1 hour long talks about their careers and experiences with their venture(s). Here's the entire list of podcasts. Both videos and podcasts are available, making it easy to listen on the go.
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CROs in China Published ($)

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Just got word that Issue 4 of the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology (JCB) has been published. I'm really excited about this because my final class project for Yali Friedman's class turned into a full-blown publication in a peer-reviewed journal. It was among the accepted articles and is featured in this issue.
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Keith Ferrazzi's Never Eat Alone

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This book will change the way you think about building connections. Probably anyone who has gone through university or who has been in the work place know that networking is one of the keys to success. This book takes it to the next level. Rather than simply being present at events such as conferences, seminars, or parties, this book teaches through example the mindset and skillset that will help build meaningful relationships.
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Stephen Greer's Starting From Scratch

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This book is the story of how Stephen Greer went to Asia in 1993 at the age of 24 and started a scrap metal recycling company, eventually growing it into a $250 million business that was acquired in 2005. Not health care, but solid general business lessons nonetheless.
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