The Journal of Life Sciences is a full-color bimonthly American magazine and daily website published in San Francisco since May 2007. Owned by Burrill & Company and the California Healthcare Institute, TJOLS reports on how developments in the life sciences affect society, business, and policy.
TJOLS was launched to cover topics “where science and society meet”—an area that its founders felt was often overlooked by peer-reviewed science journals and mainstream business publications. Printed in a digest format, TJOLS was designed to stand apart from other science magazines on the rack with its edgy illustrated covers and its reliance on photography to help tell stories. The magazine has been well received by biotechnology executives, policy wonks, and healthcare professionals but is working to widen its base beyond its core audience. The number of visitors to tjols.com, which features stories analyzing current life sciences news and trends, has been rising steadily from a small base.
From March 2007 to November 2007, TJOLS was published in partnership with Nielsen Business Media. Since that agreement ended in November 2007, the property has been owned jointly by Burrill & Company, a San Francisco-based life sciences merchant bank and the California Healthcare Institute, a public policy research and advocacy organization representing California’s biotech community based in La Jolla, California.
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