Digitization: The Lab of the Future
Technology Networks connected with Dr. Samantha Kanza to discuss the challenges of digitizing a laboratory and why electronic implementation requires more than a just a change of technology.
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.
Artificial Intelligence in Drug Discovery: An Evolution, Not a Revolution
In this opinion piece, Andrew Radin discusses how the history of AI in pharmaceutical research provides some valuable lessons about its future.
Unlocking Smoother HPLC Method Transfer
In this article, we review the main challenges with method transfer and highlight how advanced HPLC technologies can help smooth this transition.
GC-MS Principle, Instrument and Analyses and GC-MS/MS
Gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GC-MS) is an important technique in the analytical chemist's armory. In this article we explore how GC-MS and GC-MS/MS work, what they can tell us, their strengths, weaknesses and applications.
Curation of the Entire Human Genome Requires the Best of Both Human and Artificial Intelligence
The curation of the human genome, crucial for the delivery of precision medicine, has been limited by slow, tedious techniques. This article explores how AI-powered approaches to variant curation can help to accelerate the process.
The Role of Digital/Automated Technology in Delivering Cell and Gene Therapies
This article explores the importance of orchestration in cell and gene therapies, as well as the challenges that lie in orchestrating without robust digital automation.
Using Cancer Patient Digital Twins To Transform Cancer Care
This article explores the concept of cancer patient digital twins and how they could be used to treat cancer patients in the future.
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