From Research to Entrepreneurship: How One Start-Up Is Working To Optimize IVF Success Rates
Technology Networks recently had the pleasure of speaking with ImVitro’s CEO and founder, Dr Alexandra Boussommier-Calleja, to learn more about IVF and how artificial intelligence (AI) could help to address some of the challenges associated with the technique.
European Proteomics Infrastructure Consortium – Providing Access
The European Proteomics Infrastructure Consortium providing Access, or EPIC-XS, started in January 2019. It brings together a consortium of world-leading, highly innovative European proteomics facilities with the shared goal of supporting excellent life sciences research in Europe. In this article, Martina O'Flaherty provides an overview of some of the successes of the consortium so far.
Algorithm Could Predict Risk of Heart Attack in Young People
Researchers have tested an algorithm on 700,000 patient records in east London, to find out if the data routinely collected by GPs can reveal cases of Familial Hypercholesterolemia - a leading cause of heart attack in young people. The study was published in the journal Heart.
CRISPR Made More Precise by New Algorithm
Researchers from have developed a new method that makes CRISPR gene editing more precise than conventional methods. The method selects the molecules best suited for helping the CRISPR-Cas9 protein with high-precision editing at the correct location in our DNA, the researchers explain.
Cloud Computing Drives New Studies of Childhood Brain Development
People often think about human behavior in terms of what is happening in the present, but other dimensions of behavior extend over weeks, months, and years.
Teach Me in 10 Hub Page
At Technology Networks we understand the importance of time. That's why we've launched Teach Me in 10 a video series that challenges scientists to present and summarize their research area, a scientific concept, or technology in ten minutes or less.
High-Throughput Screening: Using a More Intelligent Approach for Hit Discovery
While industrial laboratories can screen vast numbers of potential drug compounds, many academic researchers are adopting more focused strategies.
Five Top Tips for High-Content Screening in 3D
Download this guide to learn how you can generate uniform 3D cell models, get the best quality images, minimize imaging time and volume of data as well as avoid unnecessary data transfer steps.
Automation That Connects Your Drug Discovery Workflow
With the laboratory of the future in mind, a flexible and fully integrated solution can help you to seamlessly connect workflows and data to effectively automate your science. Download this guide to discover how to improve reproducibility and productivity without compromising data quality.
How To Achieve High-Quality and Reproducible Flow Cytometry Data
Flow cytometry is an extremely widespread technique in the biomedical field as it has a large range of applications and is applicable to many cell types. Access this guide to discover the stages involved in achieving high-quality and reproducible flow cytometry data.
Examining the Reproducibility Crisis
Download this listicle to learn about the importance of reproducibility, why problems in reproducibility persist and steps you can take to improve reproducibility.
4 Ways That the Cloud is Changing Research
Cloud-based informatics solutions have become an integral part of research. The cloud is everywhere these days, and every new informatics tool seems to have some cloud feature or function. But what does this actually mean for researchers? With this handy list, you’ll find that the answer is “quite a lot”, as we explore four key ways in which the cloud has changed research.