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Biosciences in 2022: Bioscience Reaps Benefits From the Cloud
Technological innovations brought in as a result of COVID-19 could produce dramatic changes to how we do science. In this insight, Synthace co-founder Markus Gershater previews a cloud-first future for bioscience.
Uncovering Real-World Patient Insights With Social Media and NLP
Historically, drug researchers have relied on methods such as focus groups and questionnaires for first-person accounts of patient-reported outcomes. Social media has emerged as a lower cost alternative that is increasingly accepted as a reputable source of information by the research community.
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Accelerating Preclinical Biologics Development
Quick to Clinic from Thermo Fisher Scientific aims to accelerate preclinical development, enabling more rapid biologic drug development. To learn more about this solution, we spoke to Paul Jorjorian.
How Could a “Breakthrough” Brain-Computer Interface Help Patients?
Brain-computer interface (BCI) developer Blackrock Neurotech has announced that its MoveAgain BCI has received Breakthrough Device designation from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). To find out more, we spoke with Blackrock’s chairman and president, Florian Solzbacher.
What Is the Best Approach to Psychedelic Therapy? An Interview With Field Trip’s Ronan Levy
We spoke to co-founder and executive chairman, Ronan Levy, to find out more about Field Trip’s approach to psychedelic therapy and why 2021 has been such a significant year in psychedelics.
NanoDrop 20 Years On
In this interview, Patrick Brown tells us more about the evolution of NanoDrop over the past 20 years, highlights some of the most important improvements during this time and explores what the future may hold for the technology.
Changing the Future of Multiplexing
In this interview, Greg Gosch shares insights into the science of multiplexing, discusses how ChromaCode is redefining molecular diagnostics and explores how HDPCR is shaping the future of what’s possible in COVID-19, related respiratory and other disease testing.
Agilent Science Futures – An Interview With Tijmen Bos
In this instalment of Science Futures, we hear from Tijmen Bos, a PhD candidate at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the University of Amsterdam. Tijmen discusses the impact his research could have on society and how interactions with industry have helped progress his research and prepare him for the end of his PhD.
Developing Temperature-Stable ADDomer Vaccines for Untreatable Diseases
Technology Networks spoke with Jonathan Hare, PhD, Imophoron’s Head of Immunology, to learn more about the ADDomer™ vaccine platform, the benefits of administering vaccines by a variety of administrative routes and the infectious diseases they are currently working to develop vaccines for.
Unlocking New Possibilities for Proteomics Researchers
Thermo Scientific Proteome Discoverer 3.0 software offers a wide range of comprehensive tools for proteomics studies. In this interview, we learn more about the latest version, how it leverages artificial intelligence and what this means for proteomics researchers.
Wild Genomes: How Genomic Insights Are Helping To Protect Endangered Species
In this interview, we learn about the value of genomic information in conservation efforts to manage endangered populations and how the Wild Genomes program is supporting research in this area.
How icIEF-MS Can Help Biopharma Scientists Close the Developability Gap
Technology Networks spoke to Mani Krishnan to learn how a new category of analytical instrumentation – imaged capillary isoelectric mass spectrometry (icIEF-MS) – is helping to accelerate the biotherapeutic development process.