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Embracing Diversity To Advance Science and Clinical Care

Variation is a powerful force in biology. This article explores the importance of moving away from one-size-fits-all approaches and towards diversifying cell lines and clinical trials.
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Full Capabilities Manufacturing: Partner Reliance To Reach the Clinic Faster

In this article, Michael Landau outlines factors driving biopharma companies to rely on CDMOs and highlights some of the contributions that CDMOs bring to their customers.

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How Do You Make a Water Purifier From Fruit Waste?

Singapore scientists have demonstrated that fruit peels can be used to purify water, an innovation that can be employed in remote areas and disaster zones where electricity access is limited.
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Advanced Oncology Treatment Candidates Developed With Next-Generation Preclinical Models

In this article, we explore the role of preclinical models in oncology drug discovery and how the right model can help to accelerate the development of the most promising treatments.
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pH Testing and the pH Meter for Food Analysis

In this article, we will consider how pH can be measured, what it tells us and its role in the food industry.
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Spatial Biology: Location, Location, Location!

This article will review advances in multimodal imaging mass spectrometry applications and a computational method to achieve higher resolution from spatial transcriptomics datasets.
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Leveling the Field in Ancient DNA Research

Some stories of history are written in ink, and others are written in nucleotide bases. Ancient DNA (aDNA) analysis – the study of DNA from archaeological or paleontological specimens – is perhaps the closest scientists will ever come to a time machine – a window into the past. In this feature article, we explore how inclusion and representation are critical considerations when we look through that window.
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The Pulse: Psychedelic News From Technology Networks

In the Pulse, the monthly psychedelics industry roundup from Technology Networks and Analytical Cannabis, we highlight some of the most significant psychedelic industry news from the past month. This includes important announcements, pre-clinical work and the latest from groundbreaking psychedelic clinical trials.
The Wilcoxon Signed-Rank Test.

The Wilcoxon Signed-Rank Test

The Wilcoxon signed rank test, which is also known as the Wilcoxon signed rank sum test and the Wilcoxon matched pairs test, is a non-parametric statistical test used to compare two dependent samples (in other words, two groups consisting of data points that are matched or paired). In this article, we explain how and when this test should be used.
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An Introduction to the Lateral Flow Test: Strengths, Limitations and Applications

Diagnostic testing is key in many areas including healthcare and preventative medicine, food safety and environmental monitoring. In this article, we will consider what lateral flow tests (LFTs) are, how they work and their applications.