MINI 96 – 96 Channel Portable Electronic Pipette
The MINI 96 is the solution for laboratories that want to fill 96 and 384 well plates faster and more precisely than is possible using traditional handheld pipettes while keeping under budget.
Opinionated Science Episode 34: Genetics of Endometriosis, the Birthing Brain and Cancer Vaccines
In this episode, the Technology Networks team reviews world-leading research into the mechanisms behind endometriosis, a condition that affects up to 10% of women of reproductive age, but often takes a decade to diagnose. There's also a peek into mom's brain during birth and a new cancer vaccine that harnesses similar technology used to create the Oxford–AstraZeneva COVID-19 vaccine.
Antibodies in Neuroscience
Antibodies are invaluable tools in many areas of life science research, including neuroscience. Download this listicle to discover how antibodies are being applied to address key questions in the field, explore manufacturing approaches and learn how to choose the right antibodies for your research.
Scientists Have Created the World's Whitest Paint
Want to save big on your air conditioning bills? Wait a few years to coat your home with the world’s whitest paint, which may dramatically reduce or even eliminate the need for air conditioning.
Dementia Symptoms' Appearance Can Be Estimated Via Brain Scan
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have developed an approach to estimating when a person who is likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease, but has no cognitive symptoms, will start showing signs of Alzheimer’s dementia.
MIND Diet Foods Associated With Better Cognitive Performance
Aging takes a toll on the body and on the mind. For example, the tissue of aging human brains sometimes develops abnormal clumps of proteins that are the hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease. How can you protect your brain from these effects? Researchers have found that older adults may benefit from a specific diet even when they develop these protein deposits.
Human Learning Can Be Mimicked in Synthetic Matter
Rutgers researchers and their collaborators have found that learning, a universal feature of intelligence in living beings, can be mimicked in synthetic matter, a discovery that in turn could inspire new algorithms for artificial intelligence (AI).
Troublesome Threesome for Vaccine Development
The need for new vaccines for HIV, Tuberculosis (TB) and malaria are all the greater after the pandemic, but will vaccine advances for SARS-CoV-2 help? Anthony King explores for Technology Networks.
Electron Microscopy Techniques, Strengths, Limitations and Applications
Electron microscopy has harnessed the power of physics to allow us to see beyond the limits imposed by visible light. In this article, we explore how electron microscopy works, some of the common techniques and applications and ways the field continues to push the boundaries.
Making Vaccines Accessible to All: A Conversation With UNICEF
Technology Networks spoke with UNICEF about the challenges in achieving vaccine equality, what factors contribute to low immunization rates, how we can work to make vaccines available to marginalized communities and the consequences of vaccine inequality.
Flow Cytometry Capabilities Guide
Flow cytometry enables the simultaneous analysis of multiple proteins, gene expression, and cell functions from an individual cell. This technology makes it possible to obtain a statistically relevant amount of data.
De-Risking Cell Culture: Getting Canny With Contamination
Download this guide to learn how to achieve effective aseptic technique, identify microbial infections and develop essential contingency plans.
What Is New in Disease Biomarker Discovery?
Download this listicle to explore various biomarkers, technological advances driving biomarker research and integrative approaches in disease research.
From Single Molecules to Tissues
This listicle discusses the atomic force microscopy (AFM) and how it can be applied to different research areas.