The amount of information published every day in the biopharmaceutical space is overwhelming and difficult to browse.
Today we are pleased to announce the launch of Methods of biopharmaceutical research, a tool that allows you to save time in your search flow. You can dig deeper into the specific content you want, as well as existing feeds and sources.
With the Biopharma search mode you can find articles that you otherwise would not have found, discover new sources and save content that you find interesting. This feature is available to all Biopharma Enterprise users.
Let’s look at an example of how you can use the Biopharma search mode to find the items you need. Imagine leading a research and development team in a biotech company and wanting to learn about the latest findings related to cell therapies.
Create your search query
First, click the search icon in the left navigation bar and select “Search the web”.
Type in a topic you want to research and select Biopharmaceutical Mode. When you search in Biopharma mode, you are looking through sources we have pre-selected based on industry-specific sources preferred by biopharmaceutical users, and you will get less noise.
You are in control
Ask Leo to search for “cell therapy” in any of the biopharmaceutical sources we have curated for you. Create a search query and select “cell therapy” as the topic.
You can refine your query and combine arguments with + AND and + OR.
You can create even more targeted queries by selecting the types of publications you want on the left side: choose from 300 scientific journals, 800 biopharmaceutical trade publications, 80 regulatory sources or 350 health health blogs.
For example, use + AND to focus on cell therapy news and biopharmaceutical companiesand select only the type of Biopharma Business publications.
Go further and refine your search by excluding certain topics or selecting “Title only” over “Entire content”. Find more information on how to do this Here.
Break down the silos
Team cards are the private spaces where you and your team can save the best content you discover in Feedly or on the web. You can bookmark, organize and annotate content to share information with your team and organization.
Once you discover a great new article, you can save it on a bulletin board and share it with the rest of your team via daily newsletters, Slack and Microsoft Teams notifications, or send it to other apps using our API.
You can also click on the name of the source and see other articles that the source has published. This is a powerful way to find new sources for niche topics. If the content is very relevant, you can use the “Follow” button to add that new source to one of your team feeds and receive upcoming articles published from that source.
Simplify your biopharmaceutical intelligence
We are excited to see how your team will shrink your feeds and delve into the biopharmaceutical news that matters to you. Sign up today and discover Feedly for Biopharma.
If you are interested in learning more about the Feedly for Biopharma roadmap, you can book a demo call by clicking the button above.