Latest On-Demand Webinars
Genomic tools for Psilocybe cubensis propagation
Kevin McKernan, CSO at Medicinal Genomics will be joining us to discuss genetic variation in the Psilocybe cubensis synthesis pathway and the design of qPCR assays for simultaneous quantification of E. coli and Salmonella species contamination concurrent with Psilocybe cubensis species identification.
The Analytical Landscape of Cannabis Testing Session 4: Residual Solvents & Terpenes by GC-MS
In the first part of this webinar, Kirk will talk about headspace sampling and GC-MS measurement of residual solvents using the JEOL JMS-Q1500GC quadrupole GC-MS system, and how the technique can meet California’s minimum reporting limits.
Developing Mass Spectrometry for Deep and Quantitative Single-Cell Proteomics
Dr. Nemes will share developments from his lab that enabled the in situ and in vivo measurement of metabolites and proteins in single cells in live tissues and organisms, while Dr. Orsburn will explain how leaps in mass spectrometry can facilitate unprecedented sequence coverage of protein at the single-cell level.
Opportunities and Challenges of Blood-Based Biomarkers in Alzheimer's Disease
In this webinar, our expert speaker, Professor Lei Liu, Assistant Professor of Neurology from Harvard Medical School will discuss strategies in developing an ultrasensitive immunoassay* to measure oligomeric amyloid β in human plasma precisely.
Reshaping the Lipid Landscape: Using High-Resolution Ion Mobility To Untangle the Lipidome
In this webinar, Dr. Kim Ekroos explains how an HRIM-MS technique based on structures for lossless ion manipulation (SLIM) technology is enabling him to dissect the metabolic glycosphingolipid map in Parkinson’s disease.
How To Future Proof Your Laboratory Informatics Environment
A laboratory automation/digitisation strategy, alongside senior management support, funding and resourcing, is crucial for defining the steps required to automate the laboratory over several phases. The objective of this webcast is to highlight ways to ensure that your investments in laboratory informatics applications are sound and long-lasting.
Revealing the Developing Brain With Single-Cell Multiomic Profiling of Human Cerebral Organoids
The powerful combination of stem-cell derived organoids and single-cell multiomics is revolutionizing developmental cell biology.
Leveraging Extended Reality (XR) Technology To Drive Laboratory Productivity
As organizations look to build and execute digital transformation strategies, a major focus is how to improve the scientific experience. To maximize the output of the lab, scientists need to be able to rely on technological advancements, innovative software and improved processes.
Multiomic Approaches for Understanding Complex Disorders of the Human Brain
To gain a more comprehensive view of complex disorders of the human brain, researchers need innovative technologies to discover new insights at the molecular, cellular and tissue levels.
Expand Your Spectral Flow Cytometry Knowledge and Panel Size
Full spectrum flow cytometry is becoming increasingly popular as it offers novel fluorescent dye combinations, improving flexibility and increasing multicolor panel size.