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ATLANTA, GA (PRWEB) - March 30, 2019 – Today, at the American Association of Cancer Research conference, Cell Press, a leading publisher of over 40 primary research and review journals, and Cell Signaling Technology (CST), a leading provider of antibodies, kits, and services, are excited to announce a new educational resource that will make it easier for biology students and researchers to navigate their careers, get published, and strengthen their laboratory skills to enable experimental success. The new resource is entitled Cell Mentor™.
The launch of Cell Mentor (which can be found at cellmentor.com and on Twitter @CellMentor) is in direct response to the ongoing global dialogue surrounding the reproducibility of scientific research. The resource aims to equip researchers at every level with the skills they need to perform successful experiments and further their careers. “Cell Mentor empowers researchers with guidance on career development, the publishing process, and experimental techniques,” said Deborah Sweet, Vice President of Editorial, Cell Press. “We are committed to supporting young scientists and their scientific growth and are delighted to collaborate with CST to provide this unique resource for the scientific community.”
Cell Mentor is rich with educational content from both Cell Press and CST and presents the information according to the types of challenges students and researchers face during their careers. It is designed to address real-life quandaries faced by students and researchers in and out of the lab.
“As fellow scientists, we strive to contribute to the study of the cellular world through the use of our products while also nurturing young scientists. Over the last 20 years we have fostered a desire for knowledge, innovation, and discovery through our scientific content, scholarship programs and now through this educational website, cellmentor.com,” said Roberto Polakiewicz, Chief Scientific Officer, Cell Signaling Technology. “Our goal as an organization is to enable experimental success and advance biomedical research.