What Happens to Your Body at the Top of Mount Everest?
Explore what happens in your body when you don’t acclimate to higher altitudes and the dangers of altitude sickness.
The Use of Human iPSC-derived Cells in Disease Modeling
Speaking at the Innovations in Disease Modeling online symposium, Steven Broadbent delivered his talk on the use of human iPSC-derived cells in disease modeling.
ECLIPSE, An Automated CRISPR Platform for the Large-Scale Generation of Cell Models for the iPSC Neurodegenerative Disease Initiative (iNDI)
Speaking at the Innovations in Disease Modeling online symposium 2022, Kevin holder, PhD, delivers his talk on Synthego's automated CRISPR platform for large-scale generation of cell models.
Is That a Cold or Are Your Organs Flipped?
If you’re someone who is constantly coughing up mucus, you might not actually have allergies. There’s a possibility that your organs are flipped and you don’t even know it!
No Shortcuts to the Lab of the Future: Employing Life Science Cloud Labs to Free Your Science from the Lab
Speaking at The Laboratory of the Future, Toby Blackburn, Head of Business Development and Strategy from Emerald Cloud Lab presented his talk on cloud computing software and how a cloud lab has changed the way scientists do their work today.
Delivering the Digital Lab - An AstraZeneca Perspective
Speaking at The Laboratory of the Future, Amrik Mahal, Head of Information Technology for Research at AstraZeneca, presented his talk on AstraZenecas' approach to digitalisation of the lab ecosystem.
The Curious Case of the Cave Lion
A mysterious, large feline roamed Eurasia during the last ice age. Its fossils have been found across the continent, and it’s been the subject of ancient artwork. So what exactly were these big cats?
Taq Talks Episode 4: How Applied Biosystems TaqMan Real-Time PCR Assays Work
Watch video 4 in a new series of Taq Talk videos from Thermo Fisher Scientific
Why Crows Are As Smart As 7-Year-Old Humans
Intelligence seems to thrive in mammals that live in tight social groups, but if we survey the world of animals, one of the smartest is one that is perhaps unexpected – crows.
What Is Monkeypox?
While cases of Monkeypox are being found worldwide, the nature of the disease and the science we currently have available keeps concerns from growing.