Stem cells found in the bone marrow are crucial for our health because they are needed to become new blood cells that sustain and protect our bodies. But when the transformation goes wrong, harmful mutations can cause the cells to start replicating without control -- a type of cancer known as leukemia.Watch Now
Sophie discusses current research investigating the use of stem cells to replace damaged neurons in Parkinson's. Could something that once sounded like science fiction actually be a potential future treatment?Watch Now
Researchers at MIT have developed half-inch modular blocks that can be constructed to produced different diagnostic devices. They hope that their low-cost, easy-to-assemble half-inch creations will soon land in the hands of many small laboratories around the world, to improve infection detection and monitoring.Watch Now
PLOS author John Ioannidis, Professor of Medicine, of Health Research and Policy, and of Statistics at Stanford University, considers how the scientific community can move toward greater truth in published research.Watch Now
An analogy of finding CTCs: Imagine you have three friends, and they are somewhere in Canada. But you don't know where they are. Also, they change their clothes and hair colour every day.
Watch to learn about this liquid biopsy test that has successfully progressed from the research lab to the clinic.
8th Edition of International Conference and Exhibition on Separation Techniques
Jul 29 - Jul 30, 2019