Best of 2021
Download this eBook to explore a collection of news, articles, interviews and infographics published in 2021, handpicked by the publication’s editorial team.
The Scientific Observer Issue 09
Issue nine of The Scientific Observer features an interview with Nobel Prize Laureate Elizabeth Blackburn, an article from the Lost Women of Science, how the Omicron variant highlights the need for smart vaccine design and much more.
Advances in Personalized Medicine
Technological advances along with developments in molecular medicine and data science have fueled the exploration of personalized medicine, as a result, several fields are already benefiting. Download this eBook to learn more about the topic.
The Scientific Observer Issue 08
Download this month's issue of The Scientific Observer to learn about how we can pave the way to net zero in pharma and biotech, disparities in healthcare and clinical research, vaccine equality and much more.
Whole Exome Sequencing
Cancer is reshaping our families, our communities and our world. It is among the leading causes of death globally and cancer rates are increasing for nearly every age group and indication. Despite its prevalence, there is so much left to reveal.
Breaking New Ground in Immunology
Download this eBook to learn more about the fight against infectious disease, bridging the gap between immune response and treatment development plus much more.
Advances in Proteomics
The term proteomics – used to describe the large-scale characterization of proteins – was coined in the 1990s by Mark Wilkins, who was a PhD student at the time. Download this eBook to learn more about recent developments in proteomics research.
Automating Your 3D Cell Cultures
The use of organoids, self-organized three-dimensional (3D) assemblies of cells, as research tools has become more common due to their ability to better recapitulate human disease compared to more traditional models.
Demystifying Single-Cell Sequencing
Every field of biology has a moonshot vision. Whether that be identifying a new cell type in a poorly characterized tissue, finding a lasting, effective drug target for Alzheimer’s disease or reaching 100% remission rates for immunotherapy across patients and cancer types.
Expanding the Capabilities of Benchtop Flow Cytometry
Download this eBook to learn how modern flow cytometers are advances enabling advances in fields such as molecular biology, immunology, environmental science and pathology.