Scientists Share Their Worst Work-Related Injuries and… Ouch
Sharp objects, toxic chemicals and infectious bacteria – just a few of the hazards that scientists work with on a daily basis… what on earth could go wrong?
Innate vs Adaptive Immunity
Download this list to explore the key areas that highlight differences and similarities of the innate and adaptive immune system.
Unraveling the Macro Problem of Microplastics
In honor of Earth Day 2020, we have created this list which shares some techniques to identify microplastics in the environment.
COVID-19: Exploring Industry Efforts and Collaborations
The world is facing a health crisis of an unprecedented scale. The COVID-19 outbreak, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, has rapidly spread across the globe and caused thousands of deaths. In this list, we highlight the efforts of five healthcare companies working to tackle the outbreak of COVID-19.
“Make Up Your Own Holiday” Day
In honor of this day, we asked some of our staff back at Technology Networks HQ what they would choose to see celebrated on a global level.
10 Books Scientists Are Reading
Perlego provided us with a recent list of the top 10 books read by scientists, and it's compelling. From the legacy of autism, to deciphering the secrets of the ribosome, the list covers a wide variety of hot scientific topics.
Advances in Microbial Genomics
Microbes have an important role in maintaining our own health and that of our environment. Therefore, the more information we can uncover, the better armed researchers are to prevent and treat disease, protect and restore the environment and harness the key beneficial properties microbes offer. This list looks at recent advances that have enabled researchers to better understand microbial communities at the genomic level.
UV/visible Spectroscopy in the Development of Biopharmaceuticals
In this list, discover how ultraviolet/visible (UV/vis) spectroscopy rises to the challenges of biopharmaceutical development and manufacturing processes.
Exploring Methods for Host Cell Protein Analysis
The host systems often used to manufacture protein-based biotherapeutics can produce their own endogenous proteins, known as host cell proteins (HCPs), which can ultimately contaminate the product. Download this list to learn about some of the most commonly used methods for HCP analysis.
Top 10 Biopharma News Stories of 2019
There have been many exciting developments in the biopharma research field this year. Here, we revisit the top 10 most-read news stories of 2019 at Technology Networks.