Author Archives: Steve Street

About Steve Street

I have worked in R&D within the Pharmaceutical industry for over 32 years. Up until April 2012 all of my career had been with one company, but that has now changed. I left that company and took up a new role on May 1, 2012 - still very much within the Pharmaceutical industry and again based in the UK. I have been blogging every week now for over 9 years but only on an external site since January 2012. Email updates of the blogs can be requested using the ‘follow’ option within Wordpress. The blogs are only ever my personal view of what I see, think and feel. I am delighted if you agree and find value; happy if you disagree with my views and overjoyed if you feel motivated to comment. Most of all I am simply grateful that you read. Cheers Steve

Birthday Boy…

It was my birthday on Tuesday. An unlikely alliance of snow on in the US, in the UK and in mainland Europe meant that I was at home on my birthday rather than away. I spent Tuesday with my wife … Continue reading

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Mythical Numbers…

Mythinformation is a made up word – not by me I hasten to add – but this lack of authenticity is ironic since mythinformation is a term used to describe information based on apocryphal (mythical I guess) or false data. … Continue reading

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Cargo Cult…

Last week I was introduced to the concept of cargo cult. I say concept since I have no data to say if it is real or not – or at least if the alleged origins are real. But like many … Continue reading

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Resolute Departures…

Brexit is a complicated scenario. In many ways the most impressive aspect of Brexit is that a made up word (Brexit is simply an abbreviation for ‘British exit’) has become so well used in conversation, discussion and debate in UK. … Continue reading

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Philosophical Flaws…

Although the request didn’t make sense, my disappointment was nothing to do with the particular suggestion. After all, lots of things I hear or read don’t always make sense to me. No matter what I have learned or experienced I … Continue reading

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Onsite Insight…

I am often asked where I am. In fact it one of the most common questions I get. Where are you today? Which country are you in? When were you last home? As a question it is not surprising really … Continue reading

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Strange Thing…

I watched the first episode of Stranger Things 2 Monday of last week. It wasn’t quite a ‘binge watch’…but we did finish the ninth and last episode on Saturday. I am a Net Promoter for Stranger Things 2. If anyone … Continue reading

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