Spatial Biology: The Next Revolution in Understanding Health and Disease
By combining single-cell analysis tools with imaging and microfluidics, spatial biology is adding a new layer of information and is set to transform biomedical science.
How Can We Go About Solving the STEM Gender Gap?
In this opinion piece, Anca Ciobanu discusses some of the ways that organizations can help to promote diversity and attract new talent to STEM.
Electrophysiology Fundamentals, Membrane Potential and Electrophysiological Techniques
This article introduces the fundamentals of electrophysiological investigation by describing the ionic basis of action potentials and the different electrophysiological techniques used to explore and understand excitable tissues and organs.
The Future of Scientific Conferences
In this opinion piece, Matthieu Chartier outlines important factors to consider as we reshape conference formats so that they achieve their intended goals even better than before.
Pathophysiology of Neurodegenerative Diseases: New Approaches for Investigation and Recent Advances
This article will review the research and techniques powering our growing understanding of the mechanisms behind neurodegenerative disease.
Advances in Spheroid and Organoid Engineering and Applications
In this article, we look at some recent advances and applications and where the field of three-dimensional tissue culture is heading.
3D Bioprinting Set To Propel Medical Research Forward
This article takes a look at 3D bioprinting – what it is, how it is done – and explores the possible applications and benefits of plant-based bioinks.
Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, How It Works and Its Uses
In this article, we will consider how agarose gel electrophoresis works, how it can be interpreted and some of its purposes with emphasis of its use for DNA separation.
Spatial Biology Technologies in the Lab of the Future
In this article, discover how single-cell spatial biology technologies are poised to become an integral aspect of life sciences labs in the future.
Using Supercomputers To Understand Biomolecular Properties
Discover how scientists at the University of Chicago are working to develop new technologies to simulate virtual models of biomolecular systems.
The Pursuit of Global, Sustainable and Cooperative Open Science
Technology Networks had the pleasure of speaking with Nobel Laureate Elizabeth Blackburn on her impressive contributions to science and society. She highlights early inspirations that cemented her love of science, elaborates on the research that led to her being co-awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, and explains why she is advocating for sustainable, cooperative and open science.