Discover our January highlights from the SelectScience life sciences community, including interviews on the latest approaches to cancer therapy, the technologies advancing neuroscience research and your chance to vote for the Best New Life Sciences Product of 2018.
Immunotherapy now occupies a position of immense promise in cancer therapeutics. In this exclusive SelectScience article, we speak with three leading researchers about the methods they use in immunotherapy projects. Read article.
Learn how the latest next-generation automated assays are transforming the approach to drug discovery in the field of immuno-oncology. Read article.
Vote for Best New Life Sciences Product of 2018
Learn about a new method to detect and quantify neutrophils’ defense mechanism, NETosis, using live-cell imaging, in this SelectScience article. Read article.
You can now vote for your favorite new product of 2018! View the shortlist, nominated by scientists, and vote for your winner today – by taking part you’ll also have the chance to win a $500 Amazon.com Gift Card. Vote today.
Discover the latest technologies and guidance in the field of gene editing through expert interviews, webinars, downloadable methods and the latest research and industry news. Visit feature page.
Don’t miss our video highlights of the latest technologies advancing the field of neuroscience, including cell culture and preparation methods, single-cell analysis, and automation of your entire in vitro workflow.
Keep up-to-date with news from SLAS2019 with our dedicated coverage
We attended the Luminex xMAP Connect event to learn from leading scientists about the latest applications of multiplex assay technology. Watch videos.
Visit our SLAS2019 event page to keep up with all the latest news from the conference. Plus, find out what it takes to put an event like SLAS2019 together, in our behind-the-scenes interview with SLAS CEO, Vicki Loise. Visit event page.
This popular download features Biorbyt’s top tips to help you improve the quality of immunohistochemistry in your lab. Download article.
Professor Steve Conlan, Head of Reproductive Biology and Gynaecological Oncology at the Swansea University Medical School, discusses the therapeutic potential of exosomes with The Scientists’ Channel. Watch video.
Each month, scientists around the world share their opinions about the laboratory technology they use to help their peers find the best equipment, consumables and kits for their research. Take a few minutes to write your own review today and you’ll also be entered into a prize drawing for the chance to win a $400 Amazon.com Gift Card, plus read the latest reviews on SelectScience, like this one from Singdeep Singh of Coriell Institute for Medical Research, in our product directory. Write a review.
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