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Sustainability and Research: Finding a Balance
Laboratories often consume three to 10 times more energy than typical non-laboratory areas of universities. We spoke to Dr Susan Simon of the Medical Research Council to learn more about their commitment to sustainability and transformation to net zero by 2040.
PFAS Strategic Roadmap: Highlights and Expected Impacts
In this interview, Dr. Craig Butt discusses some of the highlights from the Roadmap and its expected impacts.
Building Expertise in Ion Chromatography
In this interview, Gemma Ellison tells us more about the Ion Chromatography Education Hub, the range of content that it offers, and the benefits it provides IC users, whether they are new to the technique or have several years of experience.
Raising the Bar in Proteomics
How do we continue to push the boundaries in analytical capabilities, increase confidence in results and apply MS to a wider range of research questions? Technology Networks posed these questions to Rohan Thakur, executive vice president of Life Sciences Mass Spectrometry at Bruker Daltonics, in a recent interview.
Agilent Science Futures – An Interview With Joyce O’Grady
In this interview, Joyce explains the impact her work could have on society, tells us about the benefits that open-source technology has had on her research and highlights the importance of researcher support programs.
NanoDrop 20 Years On
In this interview, Patrick Brown tells us more about the evolution of NanoDrop over the past 20 years, highlights some of the most important improvements during this time and explores what the future may hold for the technology.
Changing the Future of Multiplexing
In this interview, Greg Gosch shares insights into the science of multiplexing, discusses how ChromaCode is redefining molecular diagnostics and explores how HDPCR is shaping the future of what’s possible in COVID-19, related respiratory and other disease testing.
Agilent Science Futures – An Interview With Tijmen Bos
In this instalment of Science Futures, we hear from Tijmen Bos, a PhD candidate at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the University of Amsterdam. Tijmen discusses the impact his research could have on society and how interactions with industry have helped progress his research and prepare him for the end of his PhD.
Unlocking New Possibilities for Proteomics Researchers
Thermo Scientific Proteome Discoverer 3.0 software offers a wide range of comprehensive tools for proteomics studies. In this interview, we learn more about the latest version, how it leverages artificial intelligence and what this means for proteomics researchers.
How icIEF-MS Can Help Biopharma Scientists Close the Developability Gap
Technology Networks spoke to Mani Krishnan to learn how a new category of analytical instrumentation – imaged capillary isoelectric mass spectrometry (icIEF-MS) – is helping to accelerate the biotherapeutic development process.