Cars Require Regular Inspection, Why Should AI Models Be any Different?
In this article, we highlight three analogies in car model development to explain why robustness is essential to AI models.
Electrophysiology Fundamentals, Membrane Potential and Electrophysiological Techniques
This article introduces the fundamentals of electrophysiological investigation by describing the ionic basis of action potentials and the different electrophysiological techniques used to explore and understand excitable tissues and organs.
The Future of Scientific Conferences
In this opinion piece, Matthieu Chartier outlines important factors to consider as we reshape conference formats so that they achieve their intended goals even better than before.
Advances in Proteomics
In this article, we will explore some of the recent advances in proteomics and their potential wider impact.
How Automation Will Take Scientific Innovation to New Heights
Rich Ellson explores how sophisticated lab instruments will continue to change how scientists spend their time and help to transform life science research.
Researchers have achieved incredible advances in neuroscience and neurology by melding mind with machine. In this article, explore some of the different techniques involved in neurotechnology.
Introducing the Lab of the Future
In this article we introduce you to the lab of the future, what you should expect to find in it and what impacts it will have on scientific research and industry.
Expediting Drug Discovery Using Novel Target-Based Approaches
This article covers some strategies that can be harnessed to develop new therapeutic candidates not achievable with the current approaches.
Spatial Biology Technologies in the Lab of the Future
In this article, discover how single-cell spatial biology technologies are poised to become an integral aspect of life sciences labs in the future.
Using Supercomputers To Understand Biomolecular Properties
Discover how scientists at the University of Chicago are working to develop new technologies to simulate virtual models of biomolecular systems.