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Developing Novel Liquid Biopsy Oncology Tests

In this interview, Aiguo Zhang discusses some of the technologies that DiaCarta has developed within the liquid biopsy space and shares his thoughts on what the future may hold for the field.
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Driving Progress in Personalized Cancer Therapy

Personalized medicine has the potential to change the cancer patient's journey by predicting how they will respond to different treatments. Technology Networks spoke to Dr. Ofer Sharon, CEO of OncoHost, to find out more!
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The Genome in 3D – How Chromatin Conformation Impacts Gene Regulation

Three-dimensional interactions across the genome can impact gene expression, and understanding these interactions could offer new insights into oncogenic mechanisms.
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Leveraging the Power of Spatial Context

To learn more about the world's first Microhub – Mica – and some of the areas it could impact the most, Technology Networks spoke to James O’Brien, vice president life sciences at Leica Microsystems.
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Leveraging the T-Cell Response to Epstein-Barr Virus To Treat Life-Threatening Diseases

Technology Networks recently spoke with Jakob Dupont, head of global research & development at Atara Bio, to learn more about the company’s novel allogeneic EBV T-cell platform and discover how it’s enabling a differentiated approach to allogeneic cell therapy.
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Women in Science: Perspectives From Industry

In honor of International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2022, Technology Networks interviewed three women who have built successful careers within the scientific industry, to learn about their career paths and the reasons they chose to work in industry.
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Alleviating the Burden of NGS Library Preparation

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) has undoubtedly revolutionized the genomics field and thanks to technological advances in recent years, laboratories around the globe are now applying NGS to a wide variety of applications. However, library sample preparation remains a key bottleneck and researchers are now looking to adopt automation solutions to alleviate this pain point. Technology Networks recently spoke with Paul Lomax, product manager at SPT Labtech to learn more about firefly®, the company’s new liquid handling platform for NGS library preparation.
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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.
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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.
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Innovations in Single-Cell Proteomics Drive Advances in Disease Research

Single-cell technologies are transforming our knowledge of human health and disease. In this article, Gary Kruppa outlines the latest advances in single-cell proteomics.
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