Catch up on all February’s biggest technology stories in the life sciences community with our monthly round-up. Watch our latest video interviews with leading scientists, explore our cell biology special feature, and download our 3 most popular application notes of the month. We also highlight upcoming webinars and events to add to your diary for March.
Learn how automating sample preparation using Agilent’s innovative liquid handling platform can help to achieve more consistent and reproducible results in metabolomics research.
Heard of cell magnetization? Discover how this unique approach to 3D cell culture is improving the analysis of cells in physiologically relevant environments and find out about a revolutionary cell magnetization technology by Greiner Bio-One that provides a solution for common challenges faced when working in 3D.
Discover the CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing technology that is trending amongst life scientists and find out what makes it so special. Dr. Sylvain Baron, from Cellecta, shares his projects using this technology and explains how he optimizes several aspects of CRISPR to make it easier to knock out, activate or repress genes.
Cell biology has been causing a stir amongst the life sciences community in February! Check out our dedicated special feature to discover some of the latest innovations set to revolutionize cell biology research, including label-free cell proliferation and morphology assays; the latest tools for targeting angiogenesis; getting the best pipette for your cell biology applications; and our pick of some of the best neuroscience videos and resources.
Discover the latest technological innovations that are enabling scientists to harness the power of cells to improve human health and hear from Thermo Fisher Scientific’s cell biology leader, Dr. Amy Butler, who reveals what she thinks the future holds for cell biology, in this behind the scenes interview.
Looking to improve your cell culture? Check out these useful tips and resources to help you improve your results and hear from scientists working across a range of applications — from the development of new cell models to the production of virus-like particles — about the NuAire lab equipment they use to advance their research.
Find out which multiplex assay technologies you need for your lab to successfully measure multiple analytes simultaneously from a single sample in a single experiment run, to help maximize your sample use and save you time and money.
Learn how to facilitate high-throughput sorting of transfected cas9/gRNA cells into 96- and 384- well devices, using the Sony SH800s.
Learn a method for measuring intracellular reactive oxygen species levels using two fluorimetric assay kits, to help test for physiological conditions such as male infertility and carcinogenesis.
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