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Ruairi J Mackenzie

Technology Networks


RJ is a freelance science writer based in Glasgow. He covers biological and biomedical science, with a focus on the complexities and curiosities of the brain and emerging AI technologies. RJ was a science writer at Technology Networks for six years, where he also worked on the site’s SEO and editorial AI strategies. He created the site’s podcast, Opinionated Science, in 2020. RJ has a Master’s degree in Clinical Neurosciences from the University of Cambridge.


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Cloud-Based Informatics: A Revolution for Research

Modern-day research produces a vast amount of information. The cloud provides a solution for those drowning in this data deluge, and this infographic reviews how cloud-based solutions work and how they can benefit your research.

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Industry Insight

Improving Data Handling and Reliability with Lab Automation

We caught up with Malcolm Crook, Director at PAA, to discuss how automation can benefit pharmaceutical and biotech research and their latest offerings at SLAS2018.
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Industry Insight

Harnessing Big Data in the Fight Against Pediatric Cancer

We recently spoke to Dr Samuel L. Volchenboum to learn more about his current research within the areas of pediatric cancer and inflammatory bowel disease. He discusses current challenges of harnessing data and informatics, and strategies for optimizing data to enhance the impact of research.
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Industry Insight

Targeting Your Best Clinical Candidate With Self Guided Data Discovery and Analysis

We spoke with Daniel Weaver, Senior Product Manager for PerkinElmer, to find out more about their new platform PerkinElmer Signals™ Lead Discovery (SLD).
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Industry Insight

The Many Silver Linings of Cloud-Based Data Analytics

We talk with Riffyn's CEO, Timothy Gardner, on cloud-based data analytics' role in improving discovery, reproducibility, and scalability in life sciences research.
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CRISPR's New CAMERA is a Cellular Data Recorder

CAMERA, a CRISPR-based cell recording system, could provide science with a whole new level of detail into cellular events.
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Industry Insight

Twist Introduces Double-Stranded DNA Probes in a First for Exome Sequencing

We talked to Dr. Emily Leproust, CEO of Twist Bioscience, about her company's innovative offerings at the recent Advances in Genome Biology and Technology Conference (AGBT).
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qPortal Offers a Data-Driven Approach to Biomedical Research

We discuss the recently released data management platform qPortal with one of its creators, Christopher Mohr.
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Industry Insight

Faster, More Efficient Proteomic Analysis

We spoke to Dr Gary Kruppa, Vice President Proteomics at Bruker Daltonics, about PASEF, a powerful new analysis technique which promises to maximize the potential of proteome analysis using LC-MS.
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Protein Recycling Plant Malfunctions in Inflammatory Bowel Disease

A new study has joined the dots between a gene variant, the protein it controls, and the painful inflammation that is the hallmark of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
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