Tapping Into Diagnostics to Harness the Microbiome
The extent to which resident microbes can affect our health is slowly being realized, and our current understanding may be just the tip of the iceberg. Download this infographic to learn how knowledge of the microbiome can be used to aid medical decision-making, as well as current trends, goals, techniques and challenges of the field.
Antimicrobial Resistance: A Microscopic Battle Goes Global
Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) has long been a concern for microbiologists. The appearance of antibiotic-proof bacteria and powerful viral strains has dragged AMR into the public’s eye, alongside alarming predictions of its potential impact across all of mankind.
The New Era of Multiomics
This infographic explores how multiomics approaches work, gives examples of multiomics in action, and shows how using multiomics can benefit your research.
Cloud-Based Informatics: A Revolution for Research
Modern-day research produces a vast amount of information. The cloud provides a solution for those drowning in this data deluge, and this infographic reviews how cloud-based solutions work and how they can benefit your research.
The Genetics Behind Personalized Medicine
Download this infographic to learn how genomics data can be used to personalize treatments and enhance patient outcomes.
Trends in Cancer Research
This infographic highlights some of the key themes in cancer research including trends in research funding, publication output and, research and development.
The Evolution of DNA Sequencing [Infographic]
Download this infographic to learn about some of the most important steps in the rapid development of modern sequencing.
Creating an Environmentally Sustainable Lab
Discover opportunities for improving the sustainability of your lab.
Improving Efficiency with Lab Automation
Automation and robotics are increasingly prominent features in the laboratory. Freeing up scientists to be creative and transforming the working day for many individuals.
Challenges in Genetic Data Management
Genomics is a big data science and is going to get much bigger, very soon. With data storage facilities already struggling to keep up, many believe that the challenges of genetic data management are only just beginning.