As part of our SLAS Europe 2022 coverage, we speak to Vicki Loise, CEO of SLAS, about the importance of collaboration, communication, and conferences in accelerating life sciences research.
Using CCD Devices to Capture Cell Images
Flow Cytometry Applications to Dentistry
Regulations and Ethics of Clinical Trials
Microbiology in Aquatic Research
Using Flow Cytometry to Assess Fish Freshness
Publication of Clinical Trial Results
Study paves new way to develop a predictive biomarker for TRAIL therapy
Researchers engineer artificial replicas of G protein-coupled receptors
Costly Chemicals; The Health and Economic Impact of 'Forever Chemicals'
Three genetic mutations seen in individuals with KCNMA1-linked channelopathy successfully mirrored in mice
In monkeys, spike-based vaccines produce some immunity based on CD8 T-cells
Why is COVID-19 more severe in people older than 50?
Culturing T-cells efficiently and effectively
BA.2.75: A new, highly virulent SARS-CoV-2 variant
Engineering biology in industrial biotech
Top tips for RNA-sequencing that involves degraded inputs
Constructing NGS libraries for RNA-sequencing
Understanding STAT3, the intersection of many carcinogenic signaling pathways
Dr. Linda Kahn
With PFAS being commonly found in households worldwide, what are the health and economic impacts of these forever chemicals? In this interview, we speak to Dr. Linda Kahn to find out more!
Dr. Fei Liu and Dr. Luke P. Lee
In this interview, we speak to Dr. Fei Liu and Dr. Luke P. Lee about their new iTears platform and how it could help to diagnose disease from tears.
Professor Kay Tye
In this interview, we speak to Professor Kay Tye about her latest research into memories and how we can start to understand the emotions behind them.