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How Software Based Technologies Help Developing Precise and Effective in vitro Diagnostics
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We spoke to Dr Philipp Pagel, CMO at numares AG, to learn about some of the limitations of current in vitro diagnostics, and how software based technologies can help overcome some of these.

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Uncovering the Dark Matter of Microbiota
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We spoke to Dirk Löffert, Ph.D., CEO of Biomillenia, to learn about some of the challenges of isolating live bacterial species, and how microbiome-on-a-chip technology can help overcome some of these.

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Researchably: Designed to Help Researchers Find Information More Easily
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This new search tool ‘Researchably’ was recently awarded the prestigious Catalyst Grant. Designed to provide instant access to millions of resources, within one platform, it’s goal is ‘to make it easier for researchers to find the information they need’.

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Pharmaceutical Data Integrity: Are Your Controls Tough Enough?
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As pharmaceutical supply chains have grown in complexity the data used by drug developers and manufacturers to make decisions is coming under greater scrutiny from regulatory authorities.

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Integrated Informatics: The Secret Ingredient for Robust Supply Chain Traceability
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Across the industry, the most efficient and secure food chain workflows are adopting laboratory information management systems (LIMS) to securely store, manage and access the vast amounts of data associated with food safety testing.

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Data Integrity: A big challenge for big pharma
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Data underpins every decision in the pharmaceutical value chain – from production line optimization, through to quality control, quality assurance and batch release.

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Genome Biology: Fostering Partnerships and Advancing Research
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Two of the most important conferences in genome biology are coming together this year for a single event at the Earlham Institute in Norwich: Genome Science and Genome 10K.

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A Treasure Trove of Genetic Variation
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Researchers have completed the most comprehensive analysis of the wheat genome to date, providing new hope for the improvement of this vital crop.

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A New Weapon in the War Against Antibiotic Resistance
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We spoke to Bruce Savage, CEO at GFC Diagnostics to learn more about the MicroScreen test.

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Verification of Scientific Methods and Results
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To find out about the sbv IMPROVER project and its aims, we spoke to Dr Julia Hoeng, Director of Systems Toxicology at PMI Research & Development.

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