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Meet the Scientists Bringing Back the Extinct Tasmanian Tiger
The biotech/genetic engineering company Colossal – co-founded in 2021 by renowned geneticist Professor George Church and serial entrepreneur Ben Lamm – announced it has begun a de-extinction project of the thylacine – an Australian marsupial commonly referred to as the “Tasmanian tiger”. Technology Networks interviewed the team to learn more.
Novel Biosensor Aims To Help Fight Against Forever Chemicals
There is widespread concern about the characteristics of PFAS and its impacts on human health. Can a protein biosensor help in this fight?
Easing the Switch to Hydrogen as a Carrier Gas on GC-MS
Despite hydrogen being used successfully in many labs, concerns persist about converting existing helium-based methods to hydrogen. We speak to Aaron Boice from Agilent to learn how a new technology is helping with this transition.
What’s Hot in Synthetic Biology Right Now?
In this opinion piece, Eric Rhodes, CEO of ERS Genomics, shares his roundup of some of the most exciting innovations in synthetic biology right now.
Automated Gas Chromatography Platform Aims To Simplify Lab Operations
PerkinElmer announced the launch of a new automated gas chromatography, the GC 2400 Platform. We spoke to Suneet Chadha to learn more about this latest introduction.
How Can Wastewater Testing Predict COVID-19 Outbreaks?
Technology Networks spoke to Francisco Bizouarn, market development manager of the Digital Biology Group at Bio-Rad Laboratories, to find out how wastewater testing works and how it can anticipate a rise in cases of COVID-19 and the emergence of new variants.
How Researchers Are Bringing Sustainability to Scientific Discovery
Research is advancing exciting areas of science at an unprecedented pace, but the disposable materials, powered equipment and shipping associated with experiments, sample storage and transport of reagents contribute to high energy consumption and significant waste. How are researchers bringing sustainability to scientific discovery?
Keeping Up With the Drive for Microplastics Detection
We spoke to Geoff Winkett and Michel van den Berge from Agilent, about the issues posed by microplastics analyses and how molecular spectroscopy is rising to the challenge.
Investing in the Future of Our People and Our Planet Through Science
We spoke to Geoff Winkett and Michel van den Berge from Agilent, about the importance of fostering academia–industry relationships and how the issue of sustainability is shaping the way they approach the development of new and existing solutions.
Developing Chicken-Free Egg Whites
Cellular agriculture could provide a more sustainable way to meet the demand for eggs. We spoke to Maija Itkonen, CEO of Onego Bio, to find out more about their chicken-free egg white.