The Future of Food
Download this infographic to discover more about current food issues, trends and testing.
What's in Your Food?
Download this infographic to find out more about what's in your food and the scientific communities responsible for developing food standards.
Mapping the World With Food
Download this infographic to discover the importance of being aware of how foods are produced, as well as the role of food regulations and standards.
Mass Spectrometry in Neuroscience
For proteomics researchers, work is almost impossible without mass spectrometry (MS). Neuroscience, however, has largely got by without dipping its toe into the pool of analytical chemistry. With the advent of faster, smarter MS tools, those days may be numbered, as MS-based techniques become an invaluable resource for studying the brain.
Automating Drug Discovery
The pharmaceutical industry is facing pressures to optimize the drug discovery phase of the drug development pipeline. One approach to doing this is by adopting automation. Download this infographic to learn more about the benefits of an automated drug discovery laboratory.
DIA Vs DDA in Proteomics
Download this infographic to learn more about LC-MS/MS, the processes involved in an experiment using a DIA approach and how DIA produces a higher number of quantified proteins in a shorter analysis period than DDA.
What You Should Know About Food Safety
Download this infographic to discover learn more about food safety.
Concepts and Promises of Personalized Medicine
What is personalized medicine (PM) and why do we need it? Download this infographic to learn about PM, a movement with the potential to help match patients to therapies far more efficiently than the current “trial and error” approach.
Cryopreservation: Key Principles and Applications
Cryopreservation, the use of very low temperatures and cryoprotectants to preserve structurally intact cells and tissues, is essential to many areas of research and medicine. Find out why cryopreservation is used, how cryoprotectants reduce cell shrinkage, and learn about the therapies dependent on successful cryopreservation.
ADME in Drug Discovery
The kinetics of a drug can be split into four phases – absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion – also known as “ADME”. Download this infographic to learn about each of these four phases.