At In the Pipeline, Derek Lowe asks an interesting question: What do scientists need to know about one another’s specialties? He says that, for example, he knows generally what cell culture people do and that’s what he would expect them to know about his work. “In short, I know roughly what to expect from my cell culture colleagues, and what would be silly of me to demand,” he writes, later adding that he does “like it when my biology colleagues have the broad outlines.” He opened up his comments for all to give their thoughts on “what biologists (and others) should know, at a minimum, about med-chem.”
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