What Happened This Week in Science?
Let's look back at the science stories that came out this week!
New Study of Endometriosis Identifies Genetic Risk Factors
The largest genetic study of endometriosis conducted to date has revealed new insights on key variants that increase disease risk.
Celebrating Female Scientists on International Women’s Day
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Technology Networks is delighted to showcase the work of Dr. Angela Calderón, associate professor in drug discovery and development at Auburn University in the United States.
An Interview With Chromatography Expert Dr. Susanne Fabel
This interview highlights HPLC expert Dr. Susanne Fabel of Thermo Scientific. She discusses her passion for analytical chemistry and successes in developing world-class LC instruments — like the brand new Thermo Scientific™ Vanquish™ Analytical Purification LC Systems — and gives us guidance on how to approach analytical scale purifications.
Do the Public Need To Be More Scientifically Literate? With Dr. Hilary Jones
Why is it important to have doctors working within the media? Do the public need to be more scientifically literate? What advances have we seen in diagnostics? And how can this help GPs in the UK?
QuantStudio™ 7 Pro Dx (CE-IVD, IVDR) System Enables Simplified and Smart Workflows
Powered by proven technology, the Applied Biosystems QuantStudio 7 Pro Dx Real-Time PCR System is a standalone qPCR platform that is versatile, highly expandable, and easy to use. Designed to support in vitro diagnostic (IVD) applications, the QuantStudio 7 Pro Dx system incorporates smart features such as hand-free functionality. Whether your laboratory is running routine assays or developing new ones, the QuantStudio 7 Pro Dx can support your work.
"A Leader in Science", Professor Jane Clarke FRS in Conversation With Roger Mosey
Professor Jane Clarke FRS, a world-leading and award-winning biophysical protein chemist and now President of Wolfson College Cambridge, talks to Roger Mosey about leading in science and defying expectations.
What's a Food Allergy and What's Not? Body Stuff With Dr. Jen Gunter
People often mix up food allergies and food intolerances, even though they require completely different medical treatments. Dr. Jen Gunter explains the differences.
Organoid Culture Made Easy With Hilary Sherman
This Teach Me in 10 will cover best practices to consider for organoid work, as well as how to use Corning Matrigel matrix and other products to support organoid models in research.
The Exercise That Prolongs Life
In this video, Jonathan from the Institute of Human Anatomy discusses a type of high-intensity exercise, how to do it, and how often you should incorporate it into your workout routine.