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  1. What is BenchSci anyway?

    We're glad you asked! Our technology guides experimental design and accelerates preclinical R&D for over 40,000 scientists, working at more than 4,300 institutions worldwide, including 15 of the top 20 pharmaceutical companies. Organiza...
  2. How and when was BenchSci founded?

    It all started at the University of Toronto in 2015 BenchSci was conceived by a scientist studying at the University of Toronto, Dr. Thomas Leung, in 2015.  While completing his Ph.D. project on cancer epigenetics, Tom was frustrated by the...
  3. Who uses BenchSci?

    More than 40,000 scientists at more than 4,450 institutions, including 15 top 20 pharma companies, use our technology to advance the speed, quality, and efficiency of their preclinical experiments Our users include a wide range of scientists in a...
  4. What’s next for BenchSci? Updated

    We’ve got our sights set on some big things this year and beyond As we grow, we are continually expanding our data and analysis capabilities. Our goal is to be a complete resource for all aspects of decision-making in experimental design.&n...
  5. Are you hiring?

    It is very likely that we are hiring! To see our open positions, please check out our careers page , and keep an eye on our LinkedIn™ page for company updates about new positions! ...
  6. Do you offer any co-op programs or internships?

    We do not currently have any co-op positions or internships available We appreciate hearing that our company and mission interests students, and we always love hearing from eager young minds. So if you’re interested in finding out more abou...
  7. Are some vendors favoured?

    We absolutely DO NOT bias search results toward our partners The data speaks for itself and good reagents rise to the top because they tend to be used more often. BenchSci is proud to be vendor-agnostic. You can trust that we let the data drive ...
  8. What journals will I see data from?

    We analyze both open- and closed-access publications All of our open-access content includes articles published on PubMed Central within the last 15 years, including many papers that are subject to the National Institute of Health (NIH) 2008 O...
  9. How to sign up for a BenchSci account Updated

    Access to BenchSci is dependent on the email address that you use to sign in. Typically, we rely on the email domain of your institutional email address to determine eligibility. We endeavour to keep access free for scientists at academic and non...
  10. Do I have access to BenchSci?

    You can find out if your institution/organization has access to our technology by visiting our customers page . More information about eligibility for access can be found in our article on how to signup for an account . Industry users If y...