Predicting the future isn’t straightforward, but efforts to move research forward are happening in the here and now, and we can look to technologies in their infancy today that promise to become essential parts of research practice tomorrow. This infographic will investigate some of these technologies and the impact they could have on research.
The immune system is essential to protect us from potentially harmful invaders, and when it weakens or fails it leaves our body vulnerable to attack. Swift responses are essential but equally important are targeted reactions, therefore all aspects of the immune response must be carefully co-ordinated.READ MORE
National DNA Day honors the completion of the Human Genome Project in April 2003 and the discovery of the double helix of DNA in 1953. In this infographic we rewind time to explore the history of DNA and some of the landmark discoveries in the field of genomics.READ MORE
Cells in culture are vulnerable to contaminants derived from a large range of potential sources. Download this infographic to arm yourself with knowledge about different types of contaminants, and find out how to avoid contamination of your cultures.READ MORE
We have been making and enjoying wine for centuries. Consumers must put their trust in all links in the production and supply chain that the product is what it claims to be, is safe and importantly pleasant to drink.To make such assurances possible there is a growing armory of tools available to analysts.READ MORE