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Meet the Scientists Bringing Back the Extinct Tasmanian Tiger
The biotech/genetic engineering company Colossal – co-founded in 2021 by renowned geneticist Professor George Church and serial entrepreneur Ben Lamm – announced it has begun a de-extinction project of the thylacine – an Australian marsupial commonly referred to as the “Tasmanian tiger”. Technology Networks interviewed the team to learn more.
Machine Learning Helps Achieve Greater Depth in Proteome Analysis
To understand how machine learning methods and new software capabilities are helping proteomics researchers gain greater depth in their analyses, Technology Networks recently interviewed Tharan Srikumar, product manager in bioinformatics at Bruker Daltonics.
Exploring Flow Electroporation for Cell Engineering
Technology Networks spoke to Dr. Cenk Sumen, chief scientific officer of MaxCyte, about their pioneering cell engineering platform.
Combining Coding and Biology To Engineer Human Cells
To learn more about new technologies being developed for drug discovery and cell therapy, Technology Networks spoke to bit.bio's Dr. Farah Patell-Socha and Furqan Iqbal.
Bridging the Gap Between In Vitro and Animal Models of Liver Disease
We spoke to Dr. Audrey Dubourg, product manager at CN Bio to find out more about how its organ-on-chip platform could bridge the gap between the current 2D models and animal models, providing human-relevant insights into diseases such as non-alcoholic steatohepatitis.
Alzheimer’s Breakthrough: A Disruptive Systemic Approach Is Poised To Demonstrate Value
Today’s treatments for AD are limited and unsatisfactory. This article explores a drug development effort that is taking a completely different approach – not trying to cure the disease but actually repair the damage.
The Impact of Funding on Longevity Research
To find out more about how early-stage funding could improve longevity research, we had the pleasure of speaking to Garri Zmudze, executive director of the Longevity Science Foundation.
How Researchers Are Bringing Sustainability to Scientific Discovery
Research is advancing exciting areas of science at an unprecedented pace, but the disposable materials, powered equipment and shipping associated with experiments, sample storage and transport of reagents contribute to high energy consumption and significant waste. How are researchers bringing sustainability to scientific discovery?
OPC UA for Sample Process Automation – Improving Data Harmonization for Biobanks and Cell and Gene Therapies
Technology Networks had the pleasure of talking to Wilfredo Marín to learn more about OPC UA and how it is suited to biobanking and cell and gene therapy development.
Digital Evolution: How Computer Science and AI Are Driving Microscopy Innovation and Advancing Life Sciences
This article explores how automated tools are helping researchers to algorithmically “unmix” spectral ranges – producing faster, smarter and higher-quality data and providing new possibilities for interpreting image data.