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.
Advances in Drug Discovery and Development
Accessed via mobile, tablet or PC, this inaugural free-to-attend event will provide those working within academia and pharmaceutical development the opportunity to hear from experts within the field. Focus will be given to the latest advances in small molecule drug discovery and development, biopharma and biotechnology.
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.
Genomic Atlas of the Human Proteome and Neurological Disorders
Understanding the tissue-specific genetic architecture of protein levels is instrumental to understand the biology of health and disease.
Psychedelics in Psychiatry
Join Prof. Matthew Johnson, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine as he explores how psychedelics may be leveraged in the treatment of a variety of nominally distinct psychiatric disorders.