Andrew Balas: Innovative Research in Life Sciences: Pathways to Scientific Impact, Public Health Improvement, and Economic Progress. Wiley, 2019
This unique book methodically explores the creative processes leading from initial vague research ideas to valuable biomedical discoveries and innovation, identifies the obstacles and best practices of innovative laboratories, and supports the production of effective science.
By drawing on lessons from 400 Nobel Prize winners, other award-winning scientists, serial innovators, and leading research universities, 12 transformative competencies of successful biomedical researchers are described, analyzed, and illustrated with many inspiring case studies.
The book presents practical solutions and describes essential skills for improving research and innovation productivity in life sciences. Readers become knowledgeable about the best of the best and innovative research entrepreneurship.