In March, the SelectScience Drug Discovery & Development community saw the release of our 2019 microplate reader eBook and the launch of a new compendium for cell culture workflows, as well as an interview with neuroscientist Dr. C.J. Barnum, INmune Bio Inc., about a novel approach to Alzheimer’s disease therapy and expert insight on assay development. Read on for our highlights of the month.
Our latest How to Buy Microplate Readers eBook covers some of the latest technologies available on the market, new applications and top tips on what to look for when you come to purchase your next microplate reader. Download our guide to microplate readers.
This popular new application compendium highlights several examples of effective cell culture preparation steps, experimental protocols, and subsequent analysis. Download the compendium.
Immunology-focused pharma company INmune Bio is set to start first-in-man clinical trials with a promising anti-TNF compound that could revolutionize the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and related symptoms. Read the interview with Dr. C.J. Barnum, Director of Neuroscience and Translational Research, INmune Bio Inc. Plus, visit our Neurodegenerative Diseases Special Feature to learn more about the research and technologies advancing this field.
Learn how innovative mass spectrometry techniques are enabling scientists to explore the molecular make-up of tumors — opening the way to better drug efficacy and new treatment strategies. Read the interview with Prof. Josephine Bunch, from the National Physical Laboratory.
We spoke to applications specialist Andrea Krumm to learn about BMG LABTECH’s new microplate reader, the CLARIOstar Plus, and to find out her top three tips for improving assay development process. Read Andrea’s top tips for assay development.
Dr. Aleksandra Dukic, postdoctoral researcher, Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital, shared her research on a novel target for inhibiting glioblastoma cancer invasion into surrounding brain tissue and the importance of this work in addressing the need for innovative therapeutics to combat this aggressive cancer. Watch the video on The Scientists' Channel.
During a special Scientists' Choice Awards celebration at Pittcon 2019, we revealed winners of the awards for best new general lab, separations and spectroscopy products of 2018, as voted for by scientists around the world. We also honored the most popular content from the analytical science community over the past year, including an interview with Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry, Dr. Richard Henderson, on the importance of cryo-electron microscopy for the pharmaceutical industry.
Read more about the Scientists' Choice Awards presented at Pittcon 2019, learn about some of the hottest technologies launched at the event, and hear more about the latest research and technologies presented at Pittcon 2019 on our dedicated webpage.
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