We've updated our Privacy Policy to make it clearer how we use your personal data. We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. You can read our Cookie Policy here.

Advertisement
Image of Alexander Beadle

Alexander Beadle profile page


Alexander Beadle is a science writer and editor for Technology Networks. Before this, he worked as a freelance science writer, writing features and reporting on breaking news in materials science, environmental science and drug research. Alexander holds an MChem in Materials Chemistry from the University of St Andrews, Scotland.


Got a Question for Alexander Beadle?


Get in touch using the contact form linked here and we’ll get back to you shortly



Published Content
Total: 193
John Lesica, president, chromatography and mass spectrometry at Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Industry Insight

Optimizing Analytical Tools To Accelerate Translational Research

John Lesica, president of chromatography and mass spectrometry at Thermo Fisher Scientific, joined Technology Networks for an interview at this year's American Society for Mass Spectrometry event.
Jose Castro-Perez and Chris Lock.
Industry Insight

Driving Sensitivity and Resilience in Mass Spectrometry at ASMS 2024

Technology Networks joined SCIEX for a discussion about the company’s latest product launches at this year’s ASMS conference.
An ocean wave
News

New Method Optimizes Lithium Extraction From Seawater and Groundwater

Scientists have demonstrated a new method to extract valuable lithium from very dilute liquids – including seawater, groundwater and the “flowback water” generated from fracking and offshore oil drilling operations.
Omid Farokhzad, chair and CEO at Seer.
Industry Insight

Pushing the Boundaries of Biological Discovery in Proteomics

Dr. Omid Farokhzad, chair and CEO at Seer, discusses how to achieve deep, unbiased and scalable analysis of the proteome at speed at ASMS 2024.
A blacksmith hammers a strip of metal against an iron anvil
News

Groundbreaking Study Finds Metals Actually Get Stronger When Hot

Metal normally gets soft and malleable when heated. However, a new study suggests that this is not always the case. Metal sheets struck by fast-moving projectiles appear to be stronger at impact when they are hot, compared to room temperature.
A glass vial being lowered to the surface of a calm river
Industry Insight

Unraveling the Impact of PFAS

At analytica 2024, Technology Networks spoke with Dr. Susanne Soelter, field application specialist at Agilent, to learn more about the impact of PFAS and the challenges that come with PFAS testing.
The underside of a pink mushroom
News

Mushroom Eco-Leather: The Next Step for Sustainable Fashion?

While there is demand within the fashion industry for vegan alternatives to leather, there are few sustainable options that can match current commercial needs. Now, a new production method could help to make mushroom-based leather a realistic option.
Trainee firefighters putting out a car fire using firefighting foam.
News

UV Method Helps To Clean Up Harmful PFAS

A new photo-electrochemical treatment method for highly contaminated water can near-completely destroy harmful pollutants introduced by firefighting foams.
A white stone bust of Beethoven, against a gray background.
News

Beethoven’s Hair Confirms He Had Lead Poisoning – But It Didn’t Kill Him

New analysis of two locks of Beethoven’s hair proves the composer had high levels of lead in his system – but not high enough to be considered the sole cause of his death.
An illustration of a brain surrounded by a geometric net of white lines.
News

New Advance in Neural Stimulation Tech Could Help Treat Neurological Disorders

The MagPatch is an array of magnetic microcoils, promising single-neuron precision for cochlear implants and vagus nerve stimulation.
Advertisement