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The Importance of Battery Materials Analysis

Batteries must be carefully scrutinized to ensure that they are safe for use. This article will discuss the role that battery materials analysis plays in maintaining the safety and quality of existing batteries and in the development of new and improved types.
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Maximizing the Potential of Real-World Data for Evidence Generation

This article explores why the traditional process of sorting through RWD is a challenge, what value is lost through that process, and the underlying technology needed to be able to filter and sort data in a compliant manner.
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Trends and Advancements in Proteomics

Proteomics methods are now applied across a variety of scientific disciplines. In this article, we explore just some of the recent trends and advancements in high-throughput and single-cell proteomics.
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The Quest To Discover the Cell Types of the Brain

In this article, Mike Hawrylycz, an investigator at the Allen Institute for Brain Science, discusses a large, collaborative quest to discover the different cell types of the brain.
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Accelerating Vaccine Development With Automation

This article will outline how automation is currently adopted in vaccine development, including workflows and methods to improve efficiency. In addition, it will explore future opportunities to implement automation when developing vaccines.
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Precision Microbiome Editing To Tackle Methane Emissions

Professors Jillian Banfield and Jennifer Doudna are embarking on an adventurous $70 million project to combat methane emissions by genetically editing microbes. Technology Networks interviewed the research team to learn more about the "audacious" project.
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Oncology Researchers: Are You Getting the Most From Your Digital PCR Data?

This article discusses what good dPCR data looks like, how substandard equipment can detract from data quality and what oncology researchers can do to get high-quality dPCR data that will provide accurate and efficient insight into tumor load.
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A Natural Gene Regulation System May Change the Future of Farming

As agriculture adapts to our changing climate, new practices should unlock the benefits that exist in nature for biological crop protection.
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Cicadas Could Help Us Develop Future Self-Cleaning Everyday Surfaces

A model surface that mimics cicada wings was investigated to understand precisely how the insects get rid of contaminants from them and look at how this knowledge could prove useful in our own lives.
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The Ultimate Guide to Avoiding Predatory Conferences

Predatory conferences are the ramshackle distant cousin of your regular scientific event, a Fyre Festival of science (without the involvement of Ja Rule). It is getting harder to separate fake conferences from real ones. Given this deluge of dodgy science, we have created a guide to spotting and avoiding predatory conferences.