Test your knowledge of what's been happening in the scientific world over the past seven days.
The webinar will outline how you can perform accurate and reliable quantification of stable isotope labelled proteomics data, using a combination of Progenesis QI for proteomics (from Waters) and Proteolabels (from Omic Analytics Ltd).
A new method of forensic analysis could more accurately predict the age of criminal suspects based on samples of blood and saliva found at crime scenes.
Irish people who eat a lot of cheese do not have higher cholesterol levels than those who don’t, according to research carried out at University College Dublin.
Geneva scientists show that misaligned molecular clocks in pancreatic islet cells underlies the development of type2 diabetes.
A new computational algorithm for cryo-EM has been developed.
Using a big data approach, researchers of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have now developed a method to predict protein structures.
Analyzing levels of the protein p75ECD in urine samples from people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) may help monitor disease progression.
Mar 29 - Mar 30, 2017
Apr 03 - Apr 05, 2017
Apr 10 - Apr 12, 2017