First FDA Approval for NGS-based Companion Diagnostic

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To learn about some of the challenges met in achieving FDA approval, the advantages the test offers, and how its use can benefit non-small cell lung cancer patients, we spoke to Joydeep Goswami, president of Clinical Next Generation Sequencing and Oncology at Thermo Fisher Scientific.

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How Metabolomic Biomarker Networks Could Help Diagnose Bladder Cancer

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We spoke to Dr. Maximilian Zucker to learn more metabolomic biomarker networks and the role that they could play in the future of diagnostics.

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Behind the Science, S2 Ep7: Lauren Mullin and the flight of the bees

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What's the buzz about bees? Lauren Mullin talks about how she performed an experiment to test samples of bee pollen for exposure to the neonicotinoid pesticide imidacloprid, which may be a cause of colony collapse disorder

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The Role of AI in Pathology

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We spoke to David West Jr. to learn about the role that digital pathology software can play in the lab, the benefits it can bring, and what the future may hold for pathology.

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New Alzheimer's Mechanism Revealed

New Alzheimer's Mechanism Revealed

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McGill University researchers have discovered a cellular mechanism that may contribute to the breakdown of communication between neurons in Alzheimer’s disease.

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Battling Flames Increases Firefighters’ Exposure to Carcinogens
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Researchers have measured how much firefighters' exposure to carcinogens and other harmful compounds increases when fighting fires.

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Gentle Touch Reduces Feelings of Social Exclusion
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Scientists tested the impact of a slow, affectionate touch against a fast, neutral touch following social rejection and found a specific relationship between gentle touch and social bonding.

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Pictures of Cats and Dogs Used to Predict Outcome of Dementia in Parkinson's Patients
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UCL researchers have developed a quick and simple test to predict which people with early-stage Parkinson’s disease are likely to develop dementia.

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