Technologies Helping To Drive Digital Transformation and Laboratory Efficiencies
In this article, we highlight some of the key technologies fueling digital transformation and explore the impacts they are having on laboratory efficiencies.
Egg on Our Face: Another Asilomar Moment?
Michael Kinch confronts a recent controversy in the field of immunology, where researchers failed to seek permission or guidance from the NIAID before engineering mutant forms of SARS-CoV-2.
Multiomics – A Multi-Layered Answer to Multi-Layered Questions
Featuring expert insights, this article will reflect on recent progress in the multiomics research space, exploring workflow developments, technologies and applications.
Real-World Applications of AI You Need To Know About
While AI is a computer science tool, it has been increasingly utilized for various applications across many scientific disciplines, ranging from diagnostics to genomics. This list will give you a glimpse into some of these applications.
Millions in FDA Fines and Thousands of Warning Letters: How GxP Compliance Software Can Help Avoid Them
In this article, we explore the benefits of adopting a single GxP software solution across all sites.
The Evolution of Software as a Service (SaaS) in the Laboratory and Beyond
In this article, we explore current applications and future directions of SaaS in the lab.
Top Science News Stories of 2022
As the year ends, it’s time to reflect on the stories that you enjoyed the most. Here’s our roundup of this year’s most popular headlines, including new findings on how we humans age, the impact of diet on the microbiome and a revelation on the cause of multiple sclerosis (MS).
New DNA Extraction Method for Long-Read Sequencing in Plant Tissues
A novel DNA preparation protocol enables labs to isolate high molecular weight DNA from a variety of plant species cost-effectively and rapidly, opening opportunities to improve the robustness of commercially valuable plants.
What Gets Animals Fired Up? An Interview With Eppendorf & Science Prize Winner Ann Kennedy
Aggressive behavior is a routine behavior for species as diverse as mammals, birds and even insects. The brain activity underlying aggression has been the focus of Northwestern University assistant professor Ann Kennedy’s research. Kennedy, winner of the Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology, spoke with Technology Networks to discuss her work.
Towards the Lab of the Future
In this article, we look at the barriers preventing more widespread adoption of automation and digitization, and the opportunities they could bring.
Five Digital Transformation Steps for Cell and Gene Therapies
In this article, we outline five steps to start you and your organization on the journey to implementing new, modern cell and gene therapy development methods.