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 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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Published Content
Total: 79
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Industry Insight

Sustainability Grant Awarded to Honey Bee Research

Technology Networks spoke with Dr. Bertram Brenig and Illumina to find out more about how studying genetic differences in honey bees will improve breeding programs, and how Illumina will support this research.
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Industry Insight

Detecting a Change in Disease Trajectory With Synthetic Molecules

Technology Networks spoke with Dr. Caroline Loew, CEO of Glympse Bio to learn more about the use of activity-based biosensors in fibrotic disease.
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Industry Insight

A No-Code Cloud Platform for Life Science Research

Technology Networks spoke to Guy Levy-Yurista, CEO of Synthace to find out how the new cloud-based solution can support life science research.
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Article

A Thermostable Needle-Free Vaccine for Cholera

Technology Networks spoke to Hiroshi Kiyono, DDS, PhD, from the Institute of Medical Science at the University of Tokyo who is currently also affiliated with Chiba University and University of California, San Diego, to find out more about MucoRice-CTB, a room-temperature stable oral vaccine being developed using genetically modified rice plants.
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Industry Insight

Developing Thermostable Vaccines To Improve Accessibility Worldwide

We spoke to Ozgur Tuncer, chief executive officer of Stablepharma to find out more about the company’s thermo-stabilization technology called StablevaX™ and how it is being used as a complementary technology for COVID-19 vaccines. He also highlights the impact “fridge-free” vaccines could have more generally.
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Article

Combating Infection With Smart Bandages

A team led by assistant professor Daniel Roxbury from the University of Rhode Island has developed a “smart bandage” – by combining bandage fibers with nanosensors – designed to detect wound infection by measuring levels of hydrogen peroxide.
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Industry Insight

DNA Analysis at the Single-Nuclei Level

We spoke with Yan Zhang, PhD, CEO of Mission Bio to find out more about single-nuclei DNA analysis using the Tapestri platform.
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Article

Cerebral Cavernous Malformation: Moving Away From Surgery, Exploring Alternate Treatments

Technology Networks spoke to Douglas Marchuk, PhD and Daniel Snellings of Duke University School of Medicine to find out more about the current state and future prospects of CCM treatment.
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Podcast

Opinionated Science Episode 31: Night Owls, Inflatable Implants and Twins' Trauma

How does your circadian clock affect your personality? Why are inflatable implants being considered for back pain? How are migraine and PTSD in identical twins linked? All these questions, and more will be answered on this week's Opinionated Science!
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Industry Insight

The Shift to Digitization in Cell Culture Monitoring

Technology Networks spoke to John Moore, president of Scientific Bioprocessing to find out more about the monitoring of cell cultures in real-time using optical sensors.
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