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The Evolution of PCR
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Launching the first FDA-approved PCR test in 1993, Roche Molecular Diagnostics has not only defined and refined PCR, but it has remained the clear leader of this technology.

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Expansion Pathology
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By physically magnifying biological samples up to 100 times their original volume, researchers are able to image cells with much higher resolution using a conventional microscope.

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Stem Cell Researchers Solve Mystery of Relapse in AML
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Researchers have traced the origins of relapse in acute myeloid leukemia and identified two distinct stem-cell like populations from which relapse can arise.

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CRISPR Explained
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Biologist Neville Sanjana talks CRISPR to a 7 year-old, a 14 year-old, a college student, a grad student and a CRISPR expert.

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What Applications Are 3D Cultures Particularly Suited To?
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Richard Eglen Ph.D. of Corning Life Sciences talks 3D cell culture.

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The Use of Tumour Spheroids in Cancer Research
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Richard Eglen Ph.D. of Corning Life Sciences talks about the role tumour spheroids can play in cancer research.

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Chemoresistance and Treating Leukemia
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Dr Cristina Lo Celso of Imperial College London tells us about Haematopoiesis and the role it plays in chemoresistance.

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Cancer Immunotherapy and the Role of Treg Depletion
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Professor Awen Gallimore of Cardiff University describes the limitations of current cancer immunotherapy and the role Treg depletion plays.

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Chemoresistance and Treating Leukemia
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Dr Cristina Lo Celso of Imperial College London tells us about Haematopoiesis and the role it plays in chemoresistance.

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Marching for Science in London
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Hear from the organisers, speakers, and protesters at London's March for Science.

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