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.
Pesticides have been key in enabling producers to keep up with growing global food demands, but must be used with caution. Download this infographic to learn what pesticides are, why we test for them, what we test for and the techniques used to achieve this.
History of Women in Science
Download this infographic to see a list of female scientists that have made a significant impact throughout history.
Women in Science: Ancient History to the 21st Century
Download this infographic to see a timeline of women who have impacted science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM) fields over time.
Neurodegeneration: A Closer Look
The burden of neurodegeneration is one that weighs heavily on the world’s aging population. To understand why conditions like Alzheimer’s disease are so difficult to treat, we must first understand how they affect the brain. In this infographic we take a deep dive into the degenerating brain, examining the changes that occur at every level.
Choosing the Right Cell Line
Download this infographic to explore some of the key questions to consider when making your choice of cell line and the importance of choosing the right cell line.
Imaging Techniques in Neuroscience
In this infographic, we review the pros and cons of some of the leading neuroimaging techniques and show off what these techniques can tell us about the brain.
In this infographic we’ll explore some of the key concepts in prenatal and neonatal sequencing, focusing particularly on sequencing cell-free fetal DNA (cffDNA).
Introducing the Antibody
Antibodies are a vital part of the immune system, playing a key role in our ability to fight infection and in the efficacy of vaccinations. However, that’s not where their utility ends. Find out about what antibodies are, where they come from, how they function and how science is putting them to work in the laboratory.
Download this infographic to learn about whole-exome sequencing (WES) vs whole-genome sequencing (WGS), a classical WES workflow and how WES can be used in the pursuit of personalized medicine.