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Arming Brewers With Tools to Ensure Better Beers
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For any brewer, ensuring your product is high quality and consistent is imperative to maintaining ongoing success and reputation. We spoke to Manas Sawant, Sr. Product Manager, UV-Vis Spectroscopy at Thermo Fisher Scientific about BeerCraft, their latest software solution aimed at assisting brewers to achieve quality and consistency in their beers.

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Visualizing Drug Targets With Ligand Express
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In the development of a therapeutic pharmaceutical agent, it is crucial to understand the on- and off-target effects the molecule may have within the body. Cyclica's Ligand Express® is a cloud-based platform that screens small-molecule drugs against structurally-characterized proteins, or "proteomes" to determine polypharmacological profiles. We spoke with Naheed Kurji, President & CEO, and Andreas Windemuth, Chief Science Officer, from Cyclica to find out more.

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Scouting Out Microparticles in the Battle With Microplastics
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There are many reasons that one might want to detect microparticles in a sample, and equally many sources from which microparticles may be generated. Of growing interest recently is the identification of microplastics, not just in the environment but also in the food chain. We spoke to Harald Fischer, Marketing Director at WITec, about ParticleScout, their latest Raman-based solution for rapid identification of microparticles, and the role it can play in assisting microplastic studies.

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Hitting the Target With NGS Advances
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This year’s Advances in Genome Biology and Technology meeting showcased some of the most exciting developments in genomic technology. We caught up with Twist Bioscience CEO Emily Leproust to discuss the importance of target enrichment in next generation sequencing and the advancements in the field that caught her eye at AGBT.

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Chromatography Data Systems in Action
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Chromatography Data Systems (CDS) have developed rapidly over the last 30 years. In this blog, we sit down with Quotient Sciences’ Senior Director, Analytics, Justin Holland to discuss how his company use CDS to make their analysis easier to handle.

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Calculating Gestational Age With Metabolomics
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Researchers have developed a mathematical model that may offer an alternative to relying on ultrasound information for calculating gestational age. The model, utilizing a "metabolomic fingerprint" approach, may overcome barriers in preterm death research.

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Proteomics Experts Unite for EPIC-XS
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The European Proteomics Infrastructure Consortium providing access (EPIC-XS) consists of a network of experienced research groups that share one common goal: to facilitate the development and sustainability of proteomics explorations to researchers within the European Union. We spoke with Martina O’Flaherty from the EPIC-XS project office to learn more.

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“Mastermind” Scientists Help Diagnose Rare Diseases
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The Rare Genomics Institute announced on Rare Disease Day 2019 that they had used the Mastermind Genomic Search Engine, a clinical decision support tool by Genomenon, to diagnose a rare disease patient. We spoke to Mark Kiel, MD, PhD, Founder and Chief Science Officer at Genomenon and Romina Ortiz, COO at the Rare Genomics Institute, to learn more about the application of this technology in rare diseases.

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No One Size Fits All: The Challenges of Vendor Agnostic Software
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Biosero, Inc. develop automation software, that deploys artificial intelligence to speed up critical lab work. We caught up with David Dambman, Biosero’s Director of Engineering, to talk about the challenges of developing agnostic software, and how labs can implement artificial intelligence into their processes.

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IEX Chromatography Leading the Charge in Charge Variant Analysis
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Find out how the biopharmaceutical industry has benefited from advances in chromatography technology, with insights from Matthew Lauber, consulting scientist at Waters.

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