CellStream™ Benchtop Flow Cytometer for Sensitive Cell Analysis

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The new CellStream™ benchtop flow cytometer delivers unparalleled sensitivity and flexibility for cell and particle analysis.

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PerkinElmer VICTOR Nivo Multimode Plate Reader - So Much Science So Little Bench Space

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The VICTOR Nivo system: The next big thing in plate readers is now the smallest.

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Metabolomics: The Long Journey from Lab to Clinic

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Recent improvements in technology are enabling the simultaneous detection and quantitation of large numbers of metabolites from biological samples. Here, we examine the challenges and innovations in metabolomics technologies and find out how these tools are impacting on clinical biomarker discovery.

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The Power of Nanopores for Understanding Proteins -Part 1

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We spoke to Professor Giovanni Maglia, group leader in chemical biology at the University of Groningen, about the progress he and his team have been making in turning nanopore technology to solving protein questions.

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Understanding Addiction

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We interviewed award-winning neuroscientist and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Neuroscience, Prof. Marina Picciotto, to find out about: her career, work-life balance, the importance of good science communication and what she thinks needs to be done to encourage more women to pursue a STEM career.

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Out of Africa? Human Evolution Isn't as Simple as That

Out of Africa? Human Evolution Isn't as Simple as That

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It is widely accepted that the human race originated from Africa from a single population. However, new research has challenged this perception of evolution, suggesting that our ancestors lived across the entire continent, and as a result, people were diverse both physically and culturally, from the very beginning.

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The Secret Life of Lobster
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In today’s hyper-connected world, a growing number of nations are acting as “middlemen” in the supply chain, making it increasingly difficult to trace where seafood goes.

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An Orange a Day Keeps Vision Condition Away
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A new study has shown that people who regularly eat oranges are less likely to develop macular degeneration than people who do not eat oranges.

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Availability of Brain Tumor Surgery Dye Increases for NHS Patients
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A chemical dye that lights up brain tumours during surgery should be available to more NHS patients in England, according to the National Institute for Health and Care and Excellence (NICE).

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The Ionic Basis for Electrosensation In Sharks and Skates

The Ionic Basis for Electrosensation In Sharks and Skates

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Neuroscientists have identified the ionic basis for electroreception in sharks and their relatives, skates.

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Strawberry’s Properties are More than Skin Deep
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Everyone loves a perfectly ripe strawberry, right? They count towards your five a day and contain important nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants. But what if science could help breeders make them even better?

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Forensic Analysis Reveals Links Between Sources of Illicit Cannabis
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Genetic variations have been used to link cannabis samples to geographical areas of origin, providing insight into the plant's history and possible distribution.

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Where the Grass is Greener: Novel Solvents for the Environmentally Friendly Extraction of Phytocannabinoids
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As the demand for cannabis analysis grows researchers search for safer, greener solvents that are less damaging to human health and the environment.

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