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An Interview With CRISPR Pioneer Jennifer A. Doudna
In this interview, award-winning scientist Jennifer A. Doudna PhD – renowned for her fundamental work and leadership in developing CRISPR-mediated genome editing – touches on her current research focus, her greatest professional achievements and discusses what can be done to encourage more women to get involved in science.READ MORE
Addressing Real-world Challenges With Technology: An Interview With Christie Hunter Ph.D.
Christie Hunter is the Director of Applications at SCIEX where her and her team are tasked with developing new applications for SCIEX products, from screening for pesticides in our food supply through to molding the way cancer biomarkers are found. We spoke to Christie about her career, achievements and challenges for the future.READ MORE
Creating Innovative Tools to Solve Complex Problems
With 15 issued US patents, 45 published patent applications and nearly 50 refereed publications, Michael Weiner, PhD, Vice President, Molecular Sciences at Abcam is an expert in molecular biology. We recently spoke with Michael to learn more about the specific inspirations that ignited his interest in science. He tell us more about his research interests and the molecular biology methods that he has invented over the years.READ MORE
Understanding the Mechanisms of Streptococcal Infection and Disease
Professor Shiranee Sriskandan is a Clinical Professor of Infectious Diseases at Imperial College London. She leads a team focused on the mechanisms by which streptococcal infections cause serious disease. As well as her research work, Professor Sriskandan undertakes teaching within the University and is also a medic at Hammersmith Hospital.READ MORE
From the lab to the boardroom: An interview with Darlene Solomon Ph.D.
We spoke to Darlene to learn about her reasons for studying science, how she transitioned away from the lab and some of her proudest achievements at Agilent.READ MORE