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Lyo-Stable Lyophilization Services
Our Lyo-Stable stabilization service locks in performance, enabling room temperature shipping and storage. Our patented lyophilization technology stabilizes individual proteins, reagents and complete multiplex assays, by providing a molecular environment that protects against conformational changes in protein structure.
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Disease Modeling Using ALI Tools and Systems
Join this Teach Me in 10 session to hear Corning Life Sciences Digital Manager Roxana Ghadessy and Corning Life Sciences Product Line Manager Shabana Islam talk to us about disease modeling using ALI tools and systems.
What Is Pint of Science? With Praveen Paul
Pint of Science is a non-profit organized entirely by a grass-roots community of thousands of scientists across the world. Join this Teach Me in 10 session to hear Praveen Paul, the co-founder of Pint of Science, discuss how the festival was born and where she plans on taking it next.
White Matter in Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia With Tom Veale
We're back with another Teach Me in 10 episode. This installment of Teach Me in 10 features Tom Veale, a PhD student at the Dementia Research Centre at the University College of London. In this episode of Teach Me in 10, Veale talks broadly about dementia and Alzheimer's disease, the brain changes that occur and white matter's involvement in Alzheimer's disease.
The Laboratory for Radical Science With Professor Oded Rechavi
The tagline for the Rechavi lab at Tel Aviv University, Israel, is "The Laboratory for Radical Science", and in this Teach Me in 10 installment, you will find out why.
Brain Organoids With Dr Christopher Esk
This installment of Teach Me in 10 features Dr Christopher Esk, a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology in Vienna, Austria. In this episode Esk talks about the systematic analysis of human brain tissue development using cerebral organoids.
The Importance of Science Communication With Dr Carl May
Watch this Teach Me in 10 with Dr Carl May to discover the importance of science communication and to learn Mays's hints, tips and tricks.
COVID Sweat Sensor Catches Your Immune System Before It Goes Berserk
Doctors recognized that patients who developed a surge of pro-inflammatory immune proteins, also known as a “cytokine storm,” following SARS-CoV-2 infection were often the sickest and at the greatest risk of dying. Researchers have developed a wristwatch-like device that can continuously track cytokine levels through a patient’s sweat, allowing doctors time to proactively administer medications like steroids if they see cytokine levels rising.
How Wearable Technology Is Helping People With Parkinson's Disease
At the British Neuroscience Assoication's Festival of Neuroscience 2021, Neuroscience News and Research spoke to University of Oxford Professor Michele Hu on how new wearable technology is helping people with Parkinson's.
The Surprising Secrets of Hummingbird Flight
In just a matter of seconds, hummingbirds can perform astonishing aerial acrobatics, eat lunch in midair, pollinate a flower, even escape threats while upside-down. And they can do this all while achieving sustained hovering flight, an aerial feat no other bird can perform. How do they do it? Kristiina J. Hurme and Alejandro Rico-Guevara explore the incredible flying capabilities of hummingbirds.