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Feb
15

Products vs services: biotech edition

Over the years at Kaleidoscope, we’ve noticed a quirk in biotech and pharma companies that often surprises people not
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Jan
02

5 biotech observations to take into 2024

Happy 2024! Welcoming a new year is a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the past year of learnings and growth.
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Dec
06

Your moat is your data, not your models

In biotech, your technical moat is key. But not all technical components are equally defensible. In this Kaleidoscope blog post,
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Nov
30

A Kaleidoscope of Views: Effective leadership for biotech success

A few weeks ago, Kaleidoscope hosted a panel discussion on effective leadership in biotech, at the CIC in Boston. We
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Nov
08

Once upon a time in biotech

Many of us at Kaleidoscope have spent a lot of time working with, investing in, or employed by biotechs. Through
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Nov
01

Making room to freshen up.

We recently wrapped up a company offsite; Kaleidoscope is a remote team, so these in-person weeks are a great opportunity
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Oct
17

Biotech milestones for effective fundraising

Through our interactions with biotech founders and teams, something we’ve heard often at Kaleidoscope is how challenging fundraising can
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Oct
03

A Kaleidoscope of People: Maja Vujic

Welcome back to another edition of 'A Kaleidoscope of People', a series of posts that will focus on
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Sep
19

What you pick when you pick your tools

Science deserves thoughtfully-designed software Science has progressed at an astounding rate over the last few decades, but the software powering
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Aug
09

Traits of good data hygiene and organization in Life Science R&D

This is the third post in a series focused on good data practices in Life Sciences. Here, we recap some
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