Small Molecule Characterization and Identification with Orbitrap IQ-X Tribrid MS
The Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap IQ-X™ mass spectrometer with Thermo Scientific™ AcquireX workflow lets you overcome bottlenecks and build accurate mass spectral libraries for characterizing unknowns; saving you time and money.
Cubis® II Filterweighing
Air pollution monitoring is a very important topic to protect human health. Many standards regulate the emission of fuel powered vehicles like automotives (cars, trucks, motorcycles), boats, etc. or industrial sources of air pollution. In particular, ultra-fine particles such as soot particles can accumulate in the lung are classified as carcinogenic, but also asthma, allergies, cardiovascular and respiratory diseases are caused by fine dust. Filter weighing is a back-weighing method to determine the level of air pollution.
Simple and Straightforward High-Throughput Proteomics Analysis With Michael Hinterberg
For this Teach Me in 10 episode we are joined by Michael Hinterberg from Soma Logic who provides an overview and inspiration for obtaining and analyzing high-dimensional proteomic data. He also shows how proteomic data are readily accessible for exploratory data analysis and hypothesis testing to those who are already familiar with genomic analysis or traditional statistics in other scientific fields.
Cracking the Code of Chronic Inflammation
Chronic inflammation occurs when the immune system spins out of control, and leads to a host of devastating and incurable immune-mediated diseases. Hear how scientists are deciphering new networks of immune regulation that operate locally as opposed to globally and how this can inform the development of safer, more targeted therapies for chronic inflammatory diseases.
How Organoids Help Us Understand Ourselves and Treat Diseases
What are organoids? Where do they come from? And how can organoids be used to help us understand and treat human diseases?
How Neanderthal Are You? Tracing Our Genetic Ancestry
Scientists examining the evolutionary history recorded within our DNA are uncovering the global human story in greater detail. Watch the film to discover what DNA analyses taught six well-known figures, Maggie Aderin-Pocock, Clive Anderson, Bill Bailey, Kevin Fong, Alice Roberts and Sian Williams about their genetic ancestry.
Gut Bacteria Can Boost Response to Cancer Immunotherapy
A new study led by Scripps Research scientist Howard Hang, PhD, explains how and why a certain species of bacteria in the digestive tract significantly improves the tumor-fighting ability of approved cancer drugs known as checkpoint inhibitors.
What Can Proteomics Teach Us About Disease? With Dr. Clare Paterson
In this Teach Me in 10, we are joined by Dr. Clare Paterson from SomaLogic. Dr. Paterson discusses the power of proteomics, exploring how proteomics has evolved from assessments of single analytes to sensitive, specific and high throughput technologies capable of generating a wealth of invaluable data.
Thermo Scientific Vanquish Neo UHPLC System: The New Standard in Nano-, Capillary-, and Micro-flow LC
Learn about the innovative features of the Thermo Scientific Vanquish Neo UHPLC system - the new standard in low-flow UHPLC
A Badge That Measures Exposures to Dangerous Chemicals
Researchers have developed a new personal air-sampling system that can detect more than 100 different compounds in one device.
IsoFootprint – Paving the Way To Sustainable Isotope Analysis
Now, more than ever, we need to take responsibility for our actions. As global levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide continue to increase, we need to be making positive steps forward to reduce our emissions and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
The Island of the Last Surviving Mammoths
The Wrangel Island mammoths would end up being the final survivors of a once widespread genus. In their final years, after having thrived in many parts of the world for millions of years, the very last mammoths that ever lived experienced what’s known as a mutational meltdown.