How to Get NewsRx Medical Newsletters

Posted by Eric Margolis on May 17, 2020 5:31:38 AM
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Whether you’re a researcher, physician, or professional in the world of medicine, it can be difficult to keep track of the latest developments—both in the broader world of medical research as well within your specialty.

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Topics: FAQ, Daily, research alert services

How to Use NewsRx for Health & Science

Posted by Eric Margolis on May 10, 2020 1:31:03 AM
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Physicians and scientists have to stay up to date. Keeping up with the latest discoveries saves time and money and can lead to new and unexpected innovations.

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Topics: FAQ, how to research, health and medicine

BUTTER Tips and Tricks Edition 1

Posted by Eric Margolis on Aug 12, 2019 11:22:00 AM
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Welcome to a new series here at NewsRx - BUTTER tips and tricks! Are you making the most of BUTTER? 

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Topics: FAQ, research alert services, how to research, scientific research sources, Butter tips

Is NewsRx authentic AI?

Posted by Eric Margolis on Oct 16, 2018 3:50:37 PM
 
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Most AI companies are probably not AI companies.

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Topics: FAQ, Artificial Intelligence

What is a Daily?

Posted by Eric Margolis on Oct 16, 2018 3:47:17 PM
 
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Not quite a newsletter. Not quite a dataset. Not quite a roundup.

Something better.

NewsRx has transitioned away from weekly newsletters towards our new Dailies, which provide comprehensive run-downs of science and business topics from the highest quality knowledge sources. You may be wondering: Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How?

We can answer that.

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Topics: FAQ, Daily

Why would I change the way I'm doing research now?

Posted by Eric Margolis on Jun 18, 2018 3:29:46 PM
 
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Short answer: because it's probably taking too much time and money.

Reviewing existing research is paramount.

It keeps you informed about the latest developments in your field of study. It provides quality information on how to achieve your own goals. And yet any standard process of research can require an exhaustive amount of resources, while still having incomplete information and irrelevant and even inaccurate content.

Think about it this way: 2 million articles are published online every day. The average article is 500 words, and the average person can read 500 words in about 2 minutes. Even the world's most brilliant minds would need plenty of computer aid to keep up with everything new being published in an incredibly narrow field.

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Topics: FAQ

BUTTER in and outside of the life sciences

Posted by Eric Margolis on Jun 18, 2018 3:19:13 PM
 
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Butter's great for medicine, pharma, and biotech--and just about everything else

In 1984, NewsRx started off as a life science company. More specifically, as a newsletter reporting on developments regarding the newly discovered and shockingly devastating HIV and AIDS crisis. 

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Topics: FAQ

Your Guide to Content Aggregation, Content Curation, and NewsRx

Posted by Eric Margolis on Jun 18, 2018 2:58:46 PM
 
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Let's try to break down the similarities and differences

We live in an era of content overabundance. Content curators, content aggregators, and Butter all can offer high value to those trying to sort through this overabundance, and find quality content relevant to their business or industry. 

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Topics: FAQ

What's Beyond News?

Posted by Eric Margolis on Jun 18, 2018 2:31:35 PM
 
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Patents, clinical trials, and SEC filings, just to get started

NewsRx’s Butter provides articles written by computational journalism on a wide range of content--more than just news. Trademarks, stock movements, company announcements, peer-reviewed research, patents, and even news about medical devices and clinical trials are all included. This wealth of knowledge that moves beyond ordinary news cures key blind-spots for academic researchers and corporate users alike.

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Topics: AI Journalism, FAQ

One way to approach business intelligence challenges

Posted by Eric Margolis on Jun 18, 2018 2:22:26 PM
 
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Business intelligence is all about optimizing decision making and business performance--and the ways that companies and their brain trusts can be at the forefront of their fields.

NewsRx's proactive research tool Butter is a unique lens that you can take to solve business intelligence challenges: by receiving alerts on all the issues and news that affect your business development and competitiveness in your industry. Butter is a comprehensive, time-saving, and cost-effective business intelligence tool.

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Topics: FAQ