How Are We Doing?

Let us know what you like about The Scientist, and how we can improve our coverage of the life sciences.

By | November 29, 2011

As The Scientist enters its 26th year of bringing you the latest and greatest life science news, trends, and opinions, we are still striving to improve our coverage. So we turn to you, our loyal readers, and ask—how are we doing? What are we doing well, and where do we have room for improvement?

Take this brief survey to let us know how you feel. If you complete the survey by December 2, you will be entered to win an Apple iPod Nano.

There are also a few questions about how you stock your lab with all the needed equipment and supplies. This will help us serve you better by identifying the latest technologies our readers are using and the budget constraints they are under when making such purchases.

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