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Identifying Risk Factors for Long COVID With Single-Cell Proteomics
In this interview we speak to Sean Mackay, CEO of IsoPlexis, to discuss how single-cell functional proteomics have helped researchers understand the risk factors behind long COVID.
When We Become Leaders, How Do We Lead Science Towards Gender Equity?
Emulate's chief scientific officer, Dr. Lorna Ewart, talks about inspiring a new generation of women in STEM.
Leveraging the Power of Spatial Context
To learn more about the world's first Microhub – Mica – and some of the areas it could impact the most, Technology Networks spoke to James O’Brien, vice president life sciences at Leica Microsystems.
Women in Science: Perspectives From Industry
In honor of International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2022, Technology Networks interviewed three women who have built successful careers within the scientific industry, to learn about their career paths and the reasons they chose to work in industry.
Gene-Edited Stem Cell-Derived Therapies – A Functional Cure for T1D?
Technology Networks spoke with Michael Yang, president and chief executive officer of ViaCyte, to learn more about the development of a stem cell-derived therapy for the treatment of T1D and the technology behind it.
Designing in Sustainability in Science
With a reliance on single-use plastics, significant waste and high energy usage, the carbon footprint of the biopharma industry is large. If we are to accelerate the path to net zero, it is therefore critical to ensure sustainability in science.
2022: The Year We Implement COVID-19 Lessons Into Practice
As we seek a better tomorrow, here are three predictions from global life science and diagnostics company, PerkinElmer, that will lead to better health outcomes.
Transformative Models for Research and Drug Discovery
Technology Networks spoke to Dr. Mark Kotter, CEO and founder of bit.bio to learn about opti-ox™ and the development, benefits and applications of ioSkeletal Myocytes.
Raising the Bar in Proteomics
How do we continue to push the boundaries in analytical capabilities, increase confidence in results and apply MS to a wider range of research questions? Technology Networks posed these questions to Rohan Thakur, executive vice president of Life Sciences Mass Spectrometry at Bruker Daltonics, in a recent interview.
Addressing the Challenges of AAV Production
Technology Networks spoke to Emily Jackson-Holmes to learn more about the benefits of AAV vectors and reasons for the growing interest in their use.