PaSER - Parallel Database Search Engine in Real Time
Traditionally data acquisition has been the bottleneck for large scale proteomics. This has also remained one of the limitations in leveraging mass spectrometry within the clinic.
PhysioMimix™ OOC Lab Benchtop Ready Microphysiological System
Despite the complex physiologically relevant 3D biology that it recreates in vitro, our PhysioMimix™ OOC Microphysiological System is rather simple to adopt, helping you transition from 2D into 3D cell culture with ease.
Teach Me in 10 – Getting Your First Post-PhD Position in Academia With Dr Adeayo Sotayo
Getting your first position in academia after completing your PhD can be a daunting process. That's why we're delighted to be joined by Dr Adeayo Sotayo – who has some extremely helpful tips and tricks to aid you through the process – for this installment of Teach Me in 10.
Harnessing Chemical Biology for Cancer Drug Discovery With Michael Erb
In this Front Row lecture, Assistant Professor Michael Erb will share his research applying chemical tools to study how chromatin, a molecular machine that plays a key role in transcription, becomes disrupted in cancer. He will discuss his research developing small molecule drugs targeting these genetic malfunctions.
Teach Me in 10 – Open Access Science With Dr Norman Van Rhijn
What do we mean by "open access" when it comes to scientific research? What are the benefits and drawbacks? How have attitudes towards publishing open access changed during the COVID-19 global pandemic? Dr Norman Van Rjihn discusses each of these points for Teach Me in 10.
Teach Me in 10 – Organs-on-a-Chip With Dr Ali Khademhosseini
In this installment of Teach Me in 10 we're joined by the renowned scientist Dr Ali Khademhosseini, director and CEO of the Terasaki Institute.
Teach Me in 10 – Food as Medicine With Dr William W. Li
In this episode of Teach Me in 10 Dr William W. Li discusses the relationship between food, health and disease and shares several examples of foods that have been shown to support the immune system.
Teach Me in 10 – Cancer, Evolution and the Science of Life With Dr Kat Arney
In this installment of Teach Me in 10 we're joined by the award-winning science writer, broadcaster and public speaker Dr Kat Arney. Where did cancer come from, where is it going and how might we beat it? Dr Arney explains all in less than 10 minutes.
Teach Me in 10 – 500 Women Scientists With Lauren Edwards
In this Teach Me in 10, we're joined by Lauren Edwards, director for the Fellowship for the Future and leader of the Reproductive Justice Initiative at 500 Women Scientists. Lauren teaches us about how 500WS came to be, the mission and vision of the organization, and provides a handy tutorial on how to use the Request a Woman in STEMM platform.
Why Don't Elephants Get Cancer?
A study led by the Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah could explain why elephants rarely get cancer.