Thermo Scientific SampleManager XR Software
Scientists often need to work in clean room environments or in fume cupboards, or wear gloves and other personal protective equipment which makes it impossible to access LIMS simultaneously. Thermo Scientific™ SampleManager™ XR software solves these problems by enabling scientists to access and interact with the LIMS via a mixed reality headset.
Integrative Structural Biology: High Precision 3D Analysis from Structure to Function
Download this eBook to learn how advances in mass spectrometry techniques in combination with cryo-electron microscopy and other structural tools is revolutionizing the understanding of protein structure, function and dynamics.
Cell Painting – Phenotypic Drug Discovery Re-Imagined
Cell Painting is a multistep process, in which different compartments of cells are labeled with various fluorescent bioprobes to quantitatively profile multiple phenotypic parameters to better understand the effects of chemical compounds, drugs, genes, or other test articles.
Gas Leaks Pinpointed Early Thanks to Automated 3D Tracking Technology
Researchers have developed a way to create a 3D image of a leaked gas cloud that provides detailed information about the leak such as location, volume and concentration.
Robotic AI System Improves Cell Culture Recipes for Regenerative Medicine
A joint research group has developed a robotic artificial intelligence system for autonomously determining the optimal conditions for growing replacement retina layers necessary for vision.
Safer Alternative to Saline IV Fluid Prevents Kidney Injury in Hospital Patients
Researchers find there may be a better and safer treatment option for hospital patients than IV saline solution. Patients who received lactated Ringer solution had a lower risk of kidney injury and death than those given saline.
Wild Tomato Genome Will Benefit Domesticated Cousins
Researchers have assembled a reference genome for Solanum lycopersicoides, a wild relative of the cultivated tomato, and developed web-based tools to help plant researchers and breeders improve the crop.
How Artificial Intelligence Is Advancing Structural Proteomics
To learn more about EquiDock and how artificial intelligence methods are advancing the field of structural proteomics, Technology Networks spoke to Octavian-Eugen Ganea.
Data Sharing Initiative Could Improve Our Understanding and Help To Reduce Antimicrobial Resistance
Antimicrobial resistance is a looming global threat for which we need a better understanding to tackle. We hear how a non-profit organization are helping scientists share valuable data effectively with the launch of the AMR register.
We Need Biology in the Fight Against Climate Change. But Are We Ready To Use It?
In this opinion piece, Markus Gershater addresses the idea that, while we need biology to help us avoid climate disaster, the truth is, it's nowhere near ready.
Fall in Love With Pipetting Again: Automated Liquid Handling
Download this guide to learn more about automated liquid handling solutions.
FAQ on the New Chapter 2.1.7 of the European Pharmacopoeia
On January 1st, 2022, the new Chapter 2.1.7, published by the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph.Eur.) and pertaining to balances used for analytical purposes, became effective. The Ph.Eur. is the legally binding reference for all pharmaceutical companies placing pharmaceutical products in the market of European member states.
Standardizing Analytical Data With AnIML
This listicle presents AnIML — an open XML-based, vendor-neutral and human-readable file format that can be used to store data from different analytical instruments. This facilitates the achievement of FAIR (i.e., findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable) data which is a prerequisite for proper data management, data stewardship and a successful digital transformation strategy.
Assessing Kinetics in Drug Discovery
Download this listicle to learn more about the importance of drug kinetics, key experimental techniques and computational modeling tools.