New Study of Endometriosis Identifies Genetic Risk Factors
The largest genetic study of endometriosis conducted to date has revealed new insights on key variants that increase disease risk.
These Two Women Changed Chemistry Forever
We wanted to share the story of two of chemistry’s most brilliant and bold women and their paths of elemental discovery, because what they brought to the table changed the world as we know it.
Celebrating Female Scientists on International Women’s Day
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Technology Networks is delighted to showcase the work of Dr. Angela Calderón, associate professor in drug discovery and development at Auburn University in the United States.
Measuring Cellular Protein Dynamics During Stress Using Quantitative Proteomics
Speaking at ‘Advances in Proteomics & Metabolomics’ 2022, Christian Münch from Goethe University, presented their talk on measuring Cellular Protein Dynamics.
From Cells to Systems – Using Proteomics to Interrogate the Tumor Microenvironment
Speaking at ‘Advances in Proteomics & Metabolomics’ 2022, Claus Jørgensen from Cancer Research UK, presented their talk on proteomics and the tumor microenvironment.
Proteomic Approaches to Advance Understanding of Alzheimer’s Disease
Speaking at ‘Advances in Proteomics & Metabolomics’ 2022, Erik Johnson from Emory University, presented their talk on proteomics in Alzheimer’s disease.
Accessible Single Cell Proteomics by Mass Spectrometry
Speaking at ‘Advances in Proteomics & Metabolomics’ 2022, Harrison Specht from Northeastern University presented his talk on accessible single cell proteomics by mass spectroscopy.
What Are Oligonucleotide Therapeutics?
In this Teach me in 10 we are joined by Chris Rosenau, product manager of nucleic acid therapeutics at Thermo Fisher Scientific to discover all things Oligonucleotide Therapeutics.
Do the Public Need To Be More Scientifically Literate? With Dr. Hilary Jones
Why is it important to have doctors working within the media? Do the public need to be more scientifically literate? What advances have we seen in diagnostics? And how can this help GPs in the UK?
How Proteins on Influenza Viruses Tilt, "Breathe"
Simulations show that the proteins on the influenza viral surface targeted by vaccines can tilt and wave in “breath-like” motions, which could be exploited to better defend against the flu.