Six years ago, Riffyn began with the singular vision to create a better approach to scientific R&D – an approach based on best practices in science, engineering, and industry.
Since then, we’ve helped some of the biggest companies in biopharma, biotech, and food tech generate richer scientific data and dramatically decrease time-to-market for new products. One customer eliminated a quarter years’ worth of time wasted on manual data preparation for analysis. Another customer achieved better results with 80% fewer animals. A third customer brought four new products to market in half the normal time.
Our outstanding team of scientists is dedicated to partnering with each and every customer, providing the training and support needed for transformative success. We’ve helped our customers to completely overhaul and modernize their R&D data management pipelines.
And today, for our 6th birthday, we are also modernizing Riffyn itself. We are upgrading our brand to better communicate the exceptional impact we have had on our customers’ success, and the passion we have for our unique vision for a better path to scientific discovery. It is our north star.
Our new identity better encompasses our immutable values, which underpin our success in marrying science and data science to transform the way science is done. At Riffyn, we don’t do what is easy, we do what is right. We pursue our north star with urgency and commitment.
Our new identity evokes our clearheaded dreams of a better future. We seek scientific truth and sustainable progress to help every scientist speed discovery.
Are you ready to experience the new Riffyn? Join us on our journey.
Embriette is an academic-turned science writer with a passion for spreading responsible science. She holds a PhD in microbiome research from Baylor College of Medicine. After a 4-year post-doc, during which she managed the world's largest citizen science research project (the American Gut Project), Embriette became a full-time science writer and research consultant. You can find her work at riffyn.com, synbiobeta.com, and her personal webpage: drhydenotjekyll.com