Clora and Scientist.com Have Partnered to Help the Life Science Industry Fill Talent Gaps and Accelerate R&D Pipelines

Why did Clora and Scientist.com Form a Partnership?

Clora has cracked the code on how to make on-demand team building a painless experience for both the life science experts and the companies they connect with through Clora’s marketplace. By harnessing the power of data to bring high-fit, cutting-edge engagements to marketplace users, life science experts can maximize earning potential and focus on driving therapies to market. Scientist.com is the pharmaceutical industry’s leading AI-powered marketplace for outsourced R&D. The marketplace simplifies R&D sourcing, saves time and money, reduces risk, and provides access to the latest innovative tools and technologies.

Discover the difference with Clora + Scientist.com

For Hiring Managers & Researchers

FILL YOUR PIPELINE NEEDS IN DAYS

10x faster placements

STAY IN BUDGET

70% reduced cost

BUILD THE BEST TEAM

9 yrs more experienced

For Consultants & Experts

BE SELECTIVE

Access exclusive engagements that fit your exact skills

SAVE TIME

Opt into prequalified projects & agreements with top companies

STAND OUT

We market your expertise to the life science industry

Company Details:

Clora is based in Boston, MA, and was built by industry and technology veterans who collectively have experienced the pain and costs associated with delays in the development of new therapies. Clora believes that the future of work in the life sciences will be achieved through software ensuring access to the right talent at the right time. Clora’s investors include Spark Capital, Felicis Ventures, iSeed Ventures, Ludlow Ventures, Notation Capital, and Social Capital among others.

Scientist.com is the pharmaceutical industry’s leading AI-powered marketplace for outsourced R&D. The marketplace simplifies R&D sourcing, saves time and money, reduces risk, and provides access to the latest innovative tools and technologies. Scientist.com operates private enterprise marketplaces for most of the world’s major pharmaceutical companies, over 80 biotechnology companies, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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