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Talking Clinical Proteomics With Dr Roman Fischer
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Technology Networks spoke with Dr Roman Fischer to learn more about the challenges researchers face in the field of clinical proteomics, and how 4D proteomics workflows are enhancing his laboratory's work.

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10 Things to Note About Manufacturing Viral Vectors
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10 things to note about viral vector manufacturing, regarding the complexities and challenges, and the technology that will help drive cell and gene therapy forward. Here we share insights from Pall and Molmed representatives, who are leaders in the fields of bioprocessing and cell and gene therapy.

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Single Cell Analysis – Advantages, Challenges, and Applications
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We recently spoke with Dr Marian Rehak, VP of Research and Development at Sphere Fluidics, to learn more about the importance of single cell analysis. Marian touches on some of the common challenges encountered and highlights some of the key applications.

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Agilent’s Latest Acquisition in the Cell Analysis Space: BioTek Instruments
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Agilent Technologies Inc. recently announced it had signed an agreement to acquire BioTek Instruments, a global leader in life science instrumentation.

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When Science Leaves the Lab, Microscopy Goes Portable
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Microscopy is a key tool in many areas of research, but what happens when what you want to study is in a remote location, doesn’t transport well or you need instant answers? Well, then the analysis has to go to the sample. We spoke to Andrew Monk, cofounder of ioLight, about ioLight’s conception and what makes it so special.

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Wellness and Illness From a Precision Quantification Perspective
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In this interview, Aaron Hudson, Vice President & General Manager, Global Marketing & Strategy at SCIEX, discusses why precision quantification, specifically quantitative mass spectrometry (MS), is the best approach for measuring the transition from "wellness" to illness.

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Imagine Collaboration, Without the Faff
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Imagine if there was a better way to write, format, and review scientific manuscripts for publication. doDOC Document Collaboration Expert Leif Måsvær believes there is. Leif explains how this cloud-based platform is a game-changer that overcomes the major obstacles present during the authoring, writing, and reviewing process.

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Screening Living Cells at High Speed
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We recently spoke with Eric Hobbs, CEO at Berkeley Lights to learn more about "digital cell biology". Eric also describes how optofluidics can be used to gain fast, comprehensive measurements and insights across thousands of cells in parallel.

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Seeing Is Believing – How Benchtop SEMs Are Changing the Imaging Landscape
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Imaging techniques, such as scanning electron microscopy (SEM), have been instrumental in giving insights into the world beyond the naked eye. Traditional SEM instruments have provided us with unprecedented details, but can be complex to use, and require a large dedicated space. The dawn and advancement of compact and user-friendly benchtop SEMs are changing this picture. We spoke to Donna Guarrera, Assistant Division Director for SM at Jeol, about the Neoscope benchtop SEM.

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ASMS Introduces… An Overview of What’s New for 2019
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The 67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics is currently in full swing in Atlanta, Georgia. Bringing together over 6,500 scientists from across the globe, companies working in the mass spectrometry field also take this opportunity to share their latest developments and innovations. Here we will take a look at some of the release highlights for 2019.

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