We've updated our Privacy Policy to make it clearer how we use your personal data.

We use cookies to provide you with a better experience, read our Cookie Policy

Advertisement

The Route to Compliance: How To Ensure Regulatory Compliance in GxP Laboratories

Article

Ensuring both data integrity and regulatory compliance are imperative when working in any GxP regulated environment. In this article, automation expert Bob McDowall explains how assessing your lab's workflows, identifying weaknesses and implementing digital solutions can streamline processes and make regulatory compliance an easier goal.

Read more

How Can Healthcare Workers Keep Up With the Latest Research?

Industry Insight

Between caring for patients and battling global pandemics, healthcare workers have a lot on their plate. How can healthcare workers make time to keep abreast of the latest literature in their field?

Read more

A Guide to Improving Your R&D Data Maturity

White Paper

R&D organizations are only as good as their data and the insights their teams can derive from it. This whitepaper highlights the steps you can take to improve the data culture at your company.

Read more

Opinionated Science Episode 11: Biohacking: DIY Gene Editing, Fluorescent Beer and COVID-19

Podcast

In this episode, the team take a deep dive into the world of biohacking. Practitioners of this DIY biology have big goals: making genetic technologies available to all, bypassing government regulation of drugs and (on the fringes of the movement) achieving immortality.

Listen Now
Scientists Map Entire Genome Of a Sabre-Toothed Cat
News

Researchers from the University of Copenhagen have mapped the entire nuclear genome of a sabre-toothed cat. The genetic study reveals new insights about a socially intelligent pack animal, specialized in endurance-based hunting over long distances.

Read more

“Silent” Mutations Helped SARS-CoV-2 Thrive Once It Made the Leap to Humans
News

Researchers at Duke University have identified a number of “silent” mutations in the roughly 30,000 letters of the virus’s genetic code that helped it thrive once it made the leap to humans, and possibly helped set the stage for the global pandemic.

Read more

Genes That "Jump" May Rewire Neuronal Function in the Brain
News

A research team has used novel single-cell sequencing methods to analyze the expression of transposons in the brains of Drosophila melanogaster fruit flies. Their findings suggest that these "jumping" genes may rewire neuronal function in these somatic cells.

Read more

Rapid and Simple Method for Testing Antibacterial Drugs on Infectious Microbes
News

A rapid and simple method for testing the efficacy of antibacterial drugs has been developed and validated by a team of researchers from Penn State. The new technique is called dynamic laser speckle imaging.

Read more

Harnessing Deep Neural Networks To Predict Future Self-Harm Based on Clinical Notes
News

According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S., with over 1.4 million suicide attempts recorded in 2018. Although effective treatments are available for those at risk, clinicians do not have a reliable way of predicting which patients are likely to make a suicide attempt.

Read more

How Data Can Predict Influenza Epidemics
News

Researchers have developed a unique method to predict epidemics by combining several sources of data. The forecasts can be used, for example, when planning healthcare provision, so resources can be distributed to give everyone the best possible care during an epidemic.

Read more

 
 
Advertisement
 
Personalized Medicine Model Aiming To Improve Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Diseases
Article

To learn more about the PANDIS model, its aims, and how it can be used to help diagnose and treat patients suffering from a range of conditions spanning from cancers to “mystery chronic diseases”, Technology Networks spoke with PANDIS’s founders, Professor Gilles Guillemin and Catherine Stace.

Read more

The Benefits and Drawbacks of Automated Facial Recognition in Forensic Science
Article

Automated facial recognition enables the identification or verification of someone using the unique characteristics of their face and has many applications from law enforcement to security clearance. However, it is not foolproof and may cause a unique set of problems, so careful selection of facial recognition solutions is important.

Read more

The Coronavirus Pandemic
Article

On December 31, 2019, the first cases of a novel coronavirus were identified in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. Here, we curate a collection of news and content related to what has become the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read more

Without Scalability, CRISPR Will Not Realize Its Promise
Article

CRISPR has been a challenge to implement due to a range of limitations. As a community, we must set aside our excitement to take a clear-eyed look at the hurdles that need to be overcome before CRISPR can achieve the potential we believe it has.

Read more

Driving Forces and Current Trends in Biopharmaceutical Analysis
Article

To meet the diverse and growing needs across biopharmaceutical R&D, a wide range of analytical tools continue to evolve. In this article, we explore the current trends and driving forces in biopharmaceutical analysis.

Read more

Transforming Drug Discovery Using AI and Automation
Article

The COVID-19 pandemic has unveiled a pressing issue – the need to develop effective drugs rapidly. But developing a new drug is easier said than done. Technologies such as microfluidics, robotics and the use of artificial intelligence, combined with automated data analysis, can expedite the drug development and approval process, helping make therapies available to patients more quickly.

Read more

 
 
Advertisement