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Assistant Editor

 at Technology Networks


Kate graduated from Sheffield Hallam University with a bachelor's degree in biomedical sciences in 2020. During her studies she developed a passion for science communication and after graduating, began a science blog in order to continue writing about trending science news and topics of interest. She joined the editorial team at Technology Networks in 2021. In her role as assistant editor Kate supports the publication’s in-house writers, produces scientific content across all communities and works closely with the managing editor to help coordinate commissioned pieces.


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Opinionated Science Episode 41: Decoding Pig Grunts, Reviving the Christmas Rat and Your Gut vs Sushi content piece image
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Opinionated Science Episode 41: Decoding Pig Grunts, Reviving the Christmas Rat and Your Gut vs Sushi

In the latest Opinionated Science, the TN team looks at a study of pigs’ emotions that may put you off your bacon, discover why an extinct rat shows the challenges of bringing species back from the dead and explore why bacteria of oceanic origin are key to your gut’s ability to digest a humble maki roll.

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Industry Insight

Transformative Models for Research and Drug Discovery

Technology Networks spoke to Dr. Mark Kotter, CEO and founder of bit.bio to learn about opti-ox™ and the development, benefits and applications of ioSkeletal Myocytes.
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Recent Developments in Proteomics Research

Here, we take a closer look at some recent developments in the world of proteomics research.
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Opinionated Science Episode 39: The Science of Christmas Dinner

In this bumper episode, the team review a series of studies from the last year that investigate Christmassy food. Could the future of Christmas dinner involve a cell culture roast, unnaturally smooth chocolate and fractal cauliflower?
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Industry Insight

Using Artificial Intelligence To Detect Melanoma

To find out more about how AI can improve melanoma diagnosis, Technology Networks spoke to Dr. Kiran Motaparthi, director of dermatopathology and clinical associate professor of dermatology at the University of Florida and Julianna Ianni, PhD, vice president of AI R&D, Proscia.
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Gut Instinct Should Not Play a Part in Drug Repurposing

Technology Networks spoke to Ahmad Besaratinia, PhD, professor of Research Population and Public Health Sciences, Keck School of Medicine of USC to find out more about drug repurposing and the dangers that come with using a drug without fully assessing its potential for harm.
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Industry Insight

Brooks Automation To Unify Services Under Azenta Life Sciences

Technology Networks spoke to Linda De Jesus, senior vice president and chief commercial officer at Azenta Life Sciences to find out more about the announcement and how this will help drive innovation with greater speed and accuracy.
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Novel Biomarkers for the Treatment of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Technology Networks spoke to Dr. Alberto Cruz Bermúdez, postdoctoral investigator at Puerta de Hierro Majadahonda University Hospital to learn more about the current state of non-small cell lung cancer therapies and the discovery of two novel biomarkers.
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Spatial Biology

Download this infographic to discover how spatial biology can elucidate biological activity in relation to environment, is utilized in neuroscience and cancer research, and can be explored using various technologies.
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All Cancers May Fall Into One of Two Classes

Technology Networks spoke with Dr. Rod Bremner to find out more about a cancer classification technique and the possible implications for future cancer treatments.
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