The Genetics of Cancer
Cancer is the term used to describe an incredibly complex group of diseases, caused by changes to the genes in one cell or a group of cells. In this infographic, we explore the genetics of cancer, the predictive and diagnostic power of genetic-based tools, and much more.
Anatomy of a4S™ - Automatic Roll Heat Sealer
Download this infographic to discover an automated roll heat sealer that can perform up to 5,000 perfect seals without manual intervention and seals in less than 15 seconds.
Developing Next-generation Therapeutic Antibodies
Download this infographic to learn about next generation antibodies, the challenges of traditional technologies for antibody-based discovery and development and innovative solutions that are addressing these challenges
How Do Coronavirus Diagnostic Tests Work?
This infographic explains blood-derived and virus-derived diagnostic testing, how the tests are conducted as well as the pros and cons of each.
Reducing Plastic in the Lab
In honor of Earth Day 2020, we have created this infographic which shares some useful tips for reducing the plastic footprint of your lab.
In this infographic, we explore how genomics can enhance modern agriculture, touching on the applications of genomics in understanding adaptation, optimizing breeding procedures and the potential that CRISPR holds in this space.
LIMS in the Cloud
In this infographic, we look at how cloud-based solutions are changing laboratory informatics, with a focus on how they can improve platforms such as laboratory information management systems (LIMS).
Critical Challenges in Cell-based Analysis
Download this infographic to explore the critical challenges in cell-based analysis, with details on solutions and how live-cell analysis can be combined with other assay workflows.
Counting Sheep: Exploring the Disorders That Stop Us From Sleeping
In recognition of world sleep day 2020, we created this infographic to explore the different types of sleep and the sleep disorders that can plague us.
In this infographic, we explore the field of pharmacogenomics. How can genes impact both the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of a therapeutic? What are some specific examples of compounds that elicit different effects in different people based on their genome?