Research Features Magazine – 135

At Research Features we are all about making research accessible. In this issue we are excited to bring you some of the latest discoveries encompassing a wide range of topics from around the globe.

Research Features spoke with Dr Julie Maxton CBE, Executive Director of The Royal Society. The world’s oldest scientific academy in continuous existence, The Royal Society is dedicated to promoting excellence in science for the benefit of humanity. Julie tells us how the Society is finding new ways to support scientists and approach the world’s most pressing scientific challenges.

There is an explosion in the dietary supplement marketplace fuelled by changes in modern lifestyles. And for the average consumer, the lines are being blurred between drugs and supplements. Research Features learns more from Brian Huber, Vice President of Therapeutic Areas, Drug Development and Consulting at ICON.

So sit back and take a look. We hope you enjoy learning about the latest research in this issue as much as we did.

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