We've updated our Privacy Policy to make it clearer how we use your personal data.

We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. You can read our Cookie Policy here.

Advertisement
Latest Articles
Establishing Good Laboratory Pipetting Practices May Be More Important Than You Realize
Article

Establishing Good Laboratory Pipetting Practices May Be More Important Than You Realize

This article will highlight how new pipetting systems are helping scientists achieve more reliable and reproducible datasets, and discuss how manufacturers are supporting customers to get the most from pipetting systems.
Exploring the Immune System and Cancer
Article

Exploring the Immune System and Cancer

In this article, we look at two different approaches to optimizing immunotherapies.
Mycoplasma Contamination: Minimizing Risk To Avoid Cell Culture Complications
Article

Mycoplasma Contamination: Minimizing Risk To Avoid Cell Culture Complications

Avoiding contamination is a serious and continual challenge across all cell culture processes. This article explores a problematic microbiological contaminant, mycoplasma, and examines the tools available to help prevent its establishment and mitigate its impact.
Why the Meat Paradox Causes Cognitive Dissonance for Millions of People
Article

Why the Meat Paradox Causes Cognitive Dissonance for Millions of People

A recent review paper has revealed the reasons behind a piece of cognitive dissonance that many of us perform daily, called the meat paradox. At the heart of the paradox is this conflict: most of us like animals, but will happily eat animals housed in cruel conditions.
The Role of DNA Methylation in Human Disease
Article

The Role of DNA Methylation in Human Disease

DNA methylation is one of the earliest epigenetic modifications to be discovered in human beings. Here we highlight some of the diseases caused by aberrant DNA methylation.
Vaccines: Just Add Water
Article

Vaccines: Just Add Water

Cold-chain distribution requirements complicate vaccine access, reducing vaccination rates for life-threatening, but preventable diseases. Now, researchers have developed a portable production platform for shelf-stable, antibacterial vaccines.
Amplifying the Voices of PhD Students
Article

Amplifying the Voices of PhD Students

Technology Networks spoke with PhD Voice to discuss why doing a PhD can be so challenging, the use of Twitter by the PhD community, and tips and future changes it would like to see in the academic field.
 Realizing the Potential of CRISPR-Cas Technology To Mitigate Climate Change
Article

Realizing the Potential of CRISPR-Cas Technology To Mitigate Climate Change

As the climate changes, we urgently need to engineer plants that can withstand harsher climatic conditions and exposure to new pests and diseases. Genome editing using CRISPR technology may be a key approach to improving agricultural production.
Return From Extinction
Article

Return From Extinction

The prospect of "reviving" an extinct species – or a, genetic hybrid version of it – is moving closer to reality thanks to the sophistication of genome engineering technologies. In this article, sit down with Professor George Church to learn about his plans to "de-extinct" the woolly mammoth.
TRON’s CoVigator Offers an Unseen Perspective of SARS-CoV-2
Article

TRON’s CoVigator Offers an Unseen Perspective of SARS-CoV-2

In this article, we explore how the Corona Virus Navigator (CoVigator) NGS pipeline is being used to identify non-synonymous mutations in the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein.
Advertisement