About Us

“All that we are is the result of what we have thought.” ― Siddhārtha Gautama 'the Buddha'

About Us

 

Welcome to DarkDrug.com, an alternative internet destination for all things related to science, with a special focus on pharmaceutical medicine and pharmaceutical companies globally and in the U.K. We are a cutting-edge online magazine led by the principles of scientific inquiry and exploration, dedicated to uncovering the latest discoveries, breakthroughs, and technological advancements in the fields of health, technology, pharmaceuticals and science in its broadest definition.  We seek to undersatnd how these innovations and developments will impact the life sciences community, healthcare systems and society as a whole.

We delve into the intricacies of drug discovery, explore the challenges of bringing medications to market, and examine the ethical considerations surrounding pharmaceutical practices.

DarkDrug.com serves as a platform for thought-provoking discussions on topics such as drug pricing, access to medications, and the role of pharmaceutical companies in shaping healthcare policies. We aim to foster a balanced dialogue that considers the perspectives of various stakeholders, including patients, healthcare professionals, policymakers, and industry experts.

In addition to our in-depth coverage of pharmaceutical medicine, DarkDrug.com explores a wide range of scientific disciplines. From astronomy to biology, physics to artificial intelligence, our website offers a diverse array of content that showcases the latest advancements and discoveries in the world of science.

We have a team of passionate and dedicated expert writers, researchers, and scientists are committed to delivering unbiased and accurate content that is grounded in scientific rigor. All of them write for DarkDrug chariatably and having demanding jobs across a broad spectrum of professions.

Through engaging articles, captivating videos, informative podcasts, and interactive quizzes, we strive to make complex scientific concepts accessible and enjoyable for individuals of all backgrounds. We believe that by promoting scientific literacy and fostering a deeper understanding of the world, we can empower our readers to make informed decisions regarding their health and well-being.

DarkDrug.com also serves as a platform for aspiring scientists, researchers, and science enthusiasts to share their ideas and research findings in the field of pharmaceutical medicine. We encourage collaboration and knowledge exchange, facilitating the growth of a vibrant community driven by a shared passion for advancing healthcare and scientific knowledge.

Stay updated with the latest scientific news and events happening in the pharmaceutical industry and beyond through our timely updates and exclusive interviews with renowned scientists and industry leaders. DarkDrug.com ensures that you never miss a beat when it comes to the exciting advancements and discoveries that shape our world.

Join us on this enlightening journey as we explore the wonders of internet science, delve into the intricacies of pharmaceutical medicine, and celebrate the beauty of scientific knowledge. DarkDrug.com is your alternative source for all things science, with a special focus on the pharmaceutical landscape. Let’s embark on this captivating adventure together, led by the guiding light of scientific inquiry!

 

Our Values

 

There are 5 pillars or principals that DARKDRUG is built upon and aspire to:

  1. We advocate openness and honesty about research.
  2. We believe in the true representation of science in public and within the disciplines that it originates from and will challenge when it is misrepresented.
  3. We champion and seek diversity of research and scientific opinion from the global community.
  4. We strive not to be judgemental but create debate and passion.
  5. We are biased as defined by our first 4 principals and who we are as individuals, though with self-awareness we will prevent it clouding our interpretation of the science.
We are actively seeking new writers, so if you are interested and have the time, please get in contact.

 

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Header Banner: The Bhodi Tree, (The Bodhi Tree (Sanskrit: बोधि), also known as Bo (from Sinhalese: Bo), “peepal tree”, or “arasa maram” (Tamil:அரசமரம்)(Devanagari: पीपल क पेड़), is a large and ancient sacred fig tree (Ficus religiosa) located in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, India, under which Siddhartha Gautama, the spiritual teacher who became the current Buddha, attained enlightenment. In Buddhist iconography, the Bodhi Tree is recognizable by its heart-shaped leaves, which are usually prominently displayed. Other revered trees in Buddhism are the Anandabodhi tree in Sravasti and the Bodhi tree in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka. Both are believed to have been propagated from the original Bodhi Tree.

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