The Lab of The Future is Here
COVID-19 disrupted how businesses operate, propelling digital acceleration to the forefront of peoples’ minds. Meeting strategic goals in 2021 and beyond will require adoption of new technologies and recruiting, retaining and upskilling already highly experienced workers.
The Scientific Observer Issue 02 May 2021
Welcome to the second issue of The Scientific Observer, a new editorial venture by Technology Networks. Each issue of this free monthly magazine will intermix a selection of our favorite scientific stories from the Technology Networks communities with new and exclusive content.
Kinetics in Drug Discovery
Drugs elicit their desired therapeutic effects by interacting with specific disease-related targets. However, to determine exactly how a drug works inside the body it is important to address key questions. What type of drug is being used? How is it being administered? What are the characteristics of the individual taking the drug?
Novel Insights into the Glia Limitans of the Olfactory Nervous System
Download this eBook to learn more about the function of neuronal cells, the environment of olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs) and how OECs could be useful for neuronal regenerative medicine therapies.
Advances in Cancer Research
In this eBook, we explore some of the novel tools and techniques helping to unravel the complexity of cancer and highlight therapeutic strategies that are being employed to tackle this disease – which continues to be a leading cause of death worldwide.
The Scientific Observer Issue 01 April 2021
The Scientific Observer is a new editorial venture by Technology Networks. Each issue of this free monthly magazine will intermix a selection of our favorite scientific stories from the Technology Networks communities with new and exclusive content, exploring key themes and topical issues.
Cubis® II: A Configurable Balance To Achieve Regulatory Compliance
Sartorius’s Cubis® II is the first balance that supports all requirements to achieve 21 CFR part 11 and EU Annex 11 compliance without needing a single sheet of paper, eliminating the possibility to falsify process data and/or signatures.
Transform Your Research With High-Purity Lipids
Download this brochure to discover high-purity, natural and synthetic phospholipids, sphingolipids, sterols, fluorescent lipids, adjuvants and lipid-binding antibodies.
How Are Label-Free Technologies Used in Early Drug Discovery?
Modern analytical techniques designed for real-time analysis and high-throughput capabilities significantly reduce the time taken to discover promising therapeutics with the best chances for success downstream. Download this eBook to learn about label-free solutions that reduce the time it takes to identify, select and optimize drug candidates.
Ion Chromatography for Pharma and Biopharma
Ion chromatography does not require sample derivatization and little to no sample preparation. It allows for minimal handling of toxic reagents and does not generate any hazardous chemical waste. Sample integrity and stability is maintained and the sample can be simply reconstituted in water and directly injected.