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Anna MacDonald

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After obtaining a first-class honours degree in biological sciences from the University of East Anglia, Anna worked as a scientific conference producer before joining Technology Networks. As part of her role, Anna helps to coordinate coverage, working with key opinion leaders from industry and academia to produce content across all communities.


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AI in Microscopy: Opportunities, Challenges and the Future
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AI in Microscopy: Opportunities, Challenges and the Future

Technology Networks spoke with Dr. Luciano Lucas, director at Leica Aivia, to learn more about the challenges of biological image analysis and how AI can help to overcome them.
Overcoming the Challenges of Lentiviral Vector Production
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Overcoming the Challenges of Lentiviral Vector Production

In this interview, Dr. Koh Meng Yong discusses the advantages of using lentiviral vectors and some of the applications they are enabling.
The Need for Efficiencies in the DNA Cleanup Workflow
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The Need for Efficiencies in the DNA Cleanup Workflow

Technology Networks spoke with Brittany Niccum to learn about the limitations of column-based DNA cleanup – a key technique used in genetic engineering – and explore alternative, modernized options.
The Rise of Automation in Analytical Science
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The Rise of Automation in Analytical Science

In this interview, Sudharshan Rangarajan discusses how laboratories can overcome some of the hurdles of incorporating automation into their workflow and highlights some of the solutions that Thermo Fisher Scientific offers in this space.
Analyzing Single Cells in Space
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Analyzing Single Cells in Space

Technology Networks spoke with Dr. Ben Hindson, co-founder and chief scientific officer of 10x Genomics, to learn more about the challenges of conducting single-cell analyses in space and how terrestrial single-cell methods will be adapted for use in space.
Scaling Up the Production of Cell Cultured Human Milk
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Scaling Up the Production of Cell Cultured Human Milk

To learn how cell cultured human milk is produced and how it compares to mothers’ milk, Technology Networks spoke to Shayne Guiliano, CEO of 108Labs. In this interview, Shayne also highlights the impact that scaling up the technology will have and shares his thoughts on what could be in store for the future of cellular agriculture.
Accelerating Biological Discovery With Open-Source Spatial Genomics Data
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Accelerating Biological Discovery With Open-Source Spatial Genomics Data

In this interview, Dr. George Emanuel discusses some of the most exciting findings from the Mouse Receptor Map and highlights how the datasets will benefit the Human Cell Atlas project.
Revolutionizing the Science of Nerve Repair and Regeneration
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Revolutionizing the Science of Nerve Repair and Regeneration

To learn more about the causes and consequences of peripheral nerve damage and some of the solutions available to patients, Technology Networks spoke with Karen Zaderej, chief executive officer of Axogen.
The Value of Investing in Sex- and Gender-Based Alzheimer’s Disease Research
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The Value of Investing in Sex- and Gender-Based Alzheimer’s Disease Research

Women’s Health Access Matters recently released The WHAM Report, outlining new research conducted by the RAND Corporation to study the impact of accelerating sex- and gender-based AD, heart and autoimmune research on women, their families and the economy. To learn more about the report, the recently released AD findings and their significance, we spoke to Carolee Lee, founder and CEO of WHAM.
From Research to Entrepreneurship: How One Start-Up Is Working To Optimize IVF Success Rates
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From Research to Entrepreneurship: How One Start-Up Is Working To Optimize IVF Success Rates

Technology Networks recently had the pleasure of speaking with ImVitro’s CEO and founder, Dr Alexandra Boussommier-Calleja, to learn more about IVF and how artificial intelligence (AI) could help to address some of the challenges associated with the technique.
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