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Carrying the Torch for Scientific Glassblowing

Carrying the Torch for Scientific Glassblowing

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Despite the important role glass plays in science, the skill to develop the glassware is in decline. Scientific glassblowing has now been classed as an endangered craft by The Radcliffe Trust.

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Uncovering the Dark Matter of Microbiota

Uncovering the Dark Matter of Microbiota

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We spoke to Dirk Löffert, Ph.D., CEO of Biomillenia, to learn about some of the challenges of isolating live bacterial species, and how microbiome-on-a-chip technology can help overcome some of these.

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The World's Largest Human Proteome Microarray: Advancing Protein Biomarker Discovery

The World's Largest Human Proteome Microarray: Advancing Protein Biomarker Discovery

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CDI’s content of 81% of the human proteome (>23,000 proteins) is the largest human protein array in the world.

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A New Weapon in the War Against Antibiotic Resistance

A New Weapon in the War Against Antibiotic Resistance

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We spoke to Bruce Savage, CEO at GFC Diagnostics to learn more about the MicroScreen test.

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Verification of Scientific Methods and Results

Verification of Scientific Methods and Results

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To find out about the sbv IMPROVER project and its aims, we spoke to Dr Julia Hoeng, Director of Systems Toxicology at PMI Research & Development.

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Electrochemical HPLC Detection of Sugars in Foods and Beverages

Electrochemical HPLC Detection of Sugars in Foods and Beverages

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Ade Kujore talks about electrochemical HPLC analysis in food analysis.

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5 Predictions on the Future of R&D

5 Predictions on the Future of R&D

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The R&D industry has been evolving for decades to make the process of discovering new compounds and formulations in the laboratory easier and more effective.

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Multi-Lipid Profiling and COPD

Multi-Lipid Profiling and COPD

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Speaking to Björn Titz about multi-lipid profiling as a potential new pathway for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) biomarker development.

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Simplifying Detection of Cancer Gene Variants

Simplifying Detection of Cancer Gene Variants

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Due to the rate of evolution of cancer and clinical genetics research, fixed content NSG panels are unable to truly reflect the latest knowledge on genes and variants of interest. It therefore goes without saying that this limitation can lead to problems.

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Instant Diagnosis Is Still Increasing

Instant Diagnosis Is Still Increasing

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With the prevalence of chronic diseases and infectious diseases, a faster diagnostic method is extremely necessary.

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