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  • Happy Fourth of July

    Some 4th of July thoughts, reprinted from a few years ago, and still (as ever) relevant: This, at least, I have observed in forty-five years: that there are men… Read More
  • The Merck Malware Attack

    As everyone will have seen, the last few days have brought news of yet another “ransomware” attack, this time from a piece of malware known most oft… Read More
  • The March For Science

    I’ve had a number of questions about the March For Science that’s taking place tomorrow, so I thought I’d explain my position, for what that&# Read More
  • Sarin. Again.

    I wrote in the early days of this blog about chemical warfare, including a two-part post on nerve agents specifically, here and here. The recent use of Sarin in… Read More
  • The Coming Landscape?

    Adam Feuerstein has an important list of companies (the “Gnarly Nine”) that will be going to the FDA soon. That process is always important for the… Read More
  • All Right, Then

    Q: So, how was your Election Night? A: Pretty horrific – thanks for asking. As someone who very much did not want Donald Trump to be president, things sta… Read More
  • Politics, Unfortunately

    OK, time to veer off into politics for what I hope will be the last time for a while. I always regret it when I do this on the blog, but with Election Day being… Read More
  • Explosion at BASF

    Bad news from Germany this morning. There’s apparently been a very large explosion at the BASF Ludwigshafen facility. If you’ve ever been through th… Read More
  • Expertology

    I’ve been thinking about “right to try” laws, the ones that are trying to open up access to not-yet-approved drugs for patients who wish to ta… Read More
  • No One Will Ever Suspect!

    Here’s another one of those “Let’s lift a bunch of material from the company we work for and start our own!” schemes: According to the i… Read More
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