Because BIG PCR happens in miniaturized packages

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In today's scientific environment, the pressure is on to do more with less. And how do you do that? With miniaturization. Miniaturization is the key for doing more with less in the life science industry. When you miniaturize reactions, you: . minimize sample volume . lower reagent cost . boost throughput Watch a short video of Dr. Luke Linz, LGC Laboratory Operations Manager, explaining how miniaturization works!

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Trends in Cancer Research

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This infographic highlights some of the key themes in cancer research including trends in research funding, publication output and, research and development.

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Tomorrow’s Quantitation Today

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In the past, quantitation was done by searching for and quantifying a list of known molecules. As the world changes, the compounds and products being analyzed are changing as well. Tomorrow’s quantitation leverages both qualitative and quantitative analysis.

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Lessons From Photosynthesis Innovate Synthetic Energy Gathering Systems

Lessons From Photosynthesis Innovate Synthetic Energy Gathering Systems

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A new study taking its lead from photosynthesis outlines the design of a synthetic system for energy gathering, conversion and transport that may point the way to innovations in solar energy, materials science, nanotechnology and photonics.

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Boosting the Power of Cancer-killing T-cells
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CRISPR-edited T-cells could be a thousand times better at seeing and killing cancer than T-cells prepared using the current methodology.

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New Cell-weighing Technique Helps Predict How Drugs Affect Cancer Cells
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Researchers at MIT have now shown that they can use a new type of measurement to predict how drugs will affect cancer cells taken from multiple-myeloma patients.

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Researchers Discover Mutation That Appears to Protect Against Multiple Aspects of Biological Aging
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The first genetic mutation that appears to protect against multiple aspects of biological aging in humans has been discovered in an extended family of Old Order Amish living in the vicinity of Berne, Indiana, report Northwestern Medicine scientists.

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