Advances in High Throughput Analysis of In-Vitro Drug Screening Using the Novel Echo® MS System
Speaking at Advances in Drug Discovery & Development online symposium 2021, Rolf Kern from SCIEX, presented his talk on the new Echo MS system.
Key Factors To Accelerate Drug Discovery
Speaking at Drug Discovery & Development online symposium 2021, Pei Liu from GenScript, presented her talk on monoclonal antibodies.
Single-Cell and Spatial Multiomics To Advance Basic and Translational Cancer Research
Speaking at 'The Landscape of Cancer Research', Abbey Cutchin, Manager, Oncology Segment Marketing at 10x Genomics, presented her talk on cancer progression and therapeutic resistance.
Clinical Strategy and Development of CRISPR-Directed Gene Editing for Solid Tumors
Speaking at The Landscape of Cancer Research 2021, Dr. Eric Kmiec, founder and director of the Gene Editing Institute, presented his talk on CRISPR-directed gene editing for solid tumors.
Biopharmaceuticals: What They Are and How They Are Made With Professor Andrew Zydney
In less than 10 minutes, Professor Andrew Zydney covers: What are biopharmaceuticals? How do they differ from traditional small-molecule pharmaceuticals? How are they made? What factors might influence the high cost of biopharmaceuticals?
Quick Tips: Targeting Area of Interest for Auto Exposure in Image Lab Touch Software
Learn how to improve your western blotting results with Bio-Rad’s Quick Tips video series. These 1–2 minute videos show you how to perfect each step of the western blotting process and were designed to accompany the in-depth curriculum available in the Western Blot Learning Center.
A Short Introduction to Proteomics Data and Mass Spectrometry
This video provides a short introduction to the core concepts of MS-based proteomics, which is the use of mass spectrometry to simultaneously measure the abundances, post-translational modifications (PTMs), or interactions of many proteins.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in STEM With Jeanita Pritchett
In this episode of Teach Me in 10, Dr. Jeanita Pritchett, who has a deep-rooted passion for helping others find excitement in STEM and considers herself a "Jane of All Trades", will speak about what diversity means, why DEI policies and practices are an important factor in optimizing the science ecosystem and she seeks to address the question what everyone can do to help get us to a more inclusive environment.
How Does the Thyroid Manage Your Metabolism?
Emma Bryce explains how the thyroid, like the operations manager in a company, is tasked with making sure that all the cells in your body are working properly.
Nasal Vaccine for Alzheimer’s Disease Enters Clinical Trial
Recently, Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston launched the first human trial of a nasal vaccine for Alzheimer’s disease. Lead researcher Dr. Howard Weiner discusses the science behind the vaccine and how it could introduce new ways of treating other neurodegenerative diseases in the future.