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Answer the challenges of CDS Data integrity - Sterling Pharma Solutions Ltd

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Data integrity continues to be a hot topic for the regulatory agencies in the pharmaceutical industry.

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The Evolution of Proteomics - Professor Emanuel Petricoin

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This week's instalment of "The Evolution of Proteomics" features an interview with Emanuel Petricoin. Dedicating his career to driving the clinical proteomics field forward, Petricoin's research focuses on the development of cutting-edge microproteomic technologies, identifying and discovering biomarkers for early disease detection and creating nanotechnology tools for analyte detection, drug delivery and monitoring.

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The End of the Error – How Barcode Systems Are Improving Efficiency in Labs

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A key challenge facing biotechnology and pharmaceutical laboratories is how they can reduce mislabeling errors, which can be difficult to spot and have a huge impact on a research project. In this article, Steve Yemm, CEO at digital science and lab informatics company BioData, looks at how barcode labeling can help cut out errors, reduce costs, and increase efficiency in the lab.

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Octopus "Suckers" Inspire New Wearable Sensors

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Octopus “suckers" are the inspiration for the development of a new graphene-based adhesive biosensor that could prove more robust than previous technology.

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Gene Linked to Impaired Memory in Down Syndrome – A Potential Drug Target?
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It may one day be possible to reverse abnormal embryonic brain development linked to Down syndrome (DS) and improve cognitive function by therapeutically targeting a key gene known as OLIG2 prenatally, suggests newly published findings.

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How a Zebrafish Could Help Solve the Mysteries of Genetic Brain Disease
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Study sheds light on mutation involved in autism, schizophrenia.

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New Stanford Research Examines how Augmented Reality Affects People’s Behavior
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Researchers found that people’s interactions with a virtual person in augmented reality, or AR, influenced how they behaved and acted in the physical world.

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Cell Migration: Clinical Relevance, Unique Movement Patterns and Driving Technologies

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Cells like to move it, move it! Understanding the mechanisms behind cell migration represents an important piece to the puzzle of many fundamental biological processes and pathologies. This article delves into textbook models of cell migration, recent insights on movement patterns, and highlights the technology driving cell migration research forward.

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Native Mass Spectrometry: A Glimpse Into the Machinations of Biology
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The question perhaps is not when native mass spectrometry can be used; but rather, when can’t it be used? Today, the applications are broad-reaching and diverse. This article shares insights from innovators in the field who have helped establish this incredibly useful analytical technique.

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MeTooSTEM: A Mission to End Sexual Harassment in STEM
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In the wake of the "Me Too" (or #MeToo) movement, a spotlight has been cast on an additional obstacle that deters many individuals, particularly women, from working in STEM – the astonishingly high incidence of sexual harassment. In this article, we look at the extent of the issue and speak with some of the women that are working tirelessly to combat sexual harassment in STEM through a variety of organizations.

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Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS): Stimulating the Next Generation of Cancer Diagnostics and Treatment
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The "molecular age" of cancer research is here, thanks to advances in next generation sequencing (NGS) which have catalyzed progress in countless areas of cancer research. Find out about the latest studies where NGS is improving our ability to detect cancer, match the best drugs to patients, and monitor treatment success.

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