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ATHENA Desktop Human for Drug Testing

Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory led by senior scientist Rashi Iyer developed a desktop human body known as ATHENA, or the Advanced Tissue-engineered Human Ectypal Network Analyzer, which aims to provide an alternative to drug testing on animals. ATHENA is currently made of four miniature human organ constructs – liver, heart, lung and kidney, […]

perkinelmer lamina

PerkinElmer Lamina for Improved Pathology Visualization

PerkinElmer has developed the new Lamina multilabel slide scanner, a flexible and improved platform for research pathologists in the study of proteins and disease markers. This new high-speed, high-throughput imaging system features high resolution images with multiple modes including brightfield, fluorescence and autofluorescence reduction. Incorporation of Autofluorescence Reduction Technology (ARTTM) in the device addresses issues […]

bruker autoflex speed

Bruker Autoflex Speed MALDI-TOF(/TOF) for Greater Performance and Efficiency

Bruker announced the launch of new autoflex speed mass spectrometer at the recently concluded Pittcon 2014 in Chicago. This latest addition to the FlexTM series incorporates innovative MALDI-TOF (/TOF) technology to improve productivity and performance in both conventional MALDI applications and high-throughput operations. The new autoflex speed allows for various system configurations depending on different […]

Microsaic Systems Shrinks Mass Spectrometry Using MEMS

Microsaic Systems announced the launch of the advanced 4000 MiD™ Mass Spectrometer at the recently concluded Pittcon 2014 Conference in Chicago.  By integrating key MS technologies into MEMS chip technology, it is possibly the smallest and the most advanced MS device until now. This breakthrough allows use of MS in any laboratory setting, thanks to […]

Sheffield University

Refurbish Your Laboratory With the Royal Society Wolfson Grant

UK scientists working in the field of ‘omics’ are being given an opportunity to obtain new lab equipment via the recently introduced Royal Society Wolfson Laboratory Refurbishment Grant. The grant seeks to provide funds to upgrade equipment at aging laboratories in United Kingdom and research labs that lab vital equipment for conducting research. With the […]

1260 Infinity Bio-SEC

Agilent Offers New Bio-SEC System for Biopharmaceutical Industry

Agilent’s Infinity range of LC systems have a latest addition in the form of new 1260 Infinity Multi-Detector Bio-SEC solution for biopharmaceutical industry. This new size exclusion chromatography (SEC) system is a state of the art, completely bio-inert, high resolution system with high sensitivity for protein aggregate analysis. This new system offers highly reproducible, accurate […]


HORIBA Launches Enhanced XploRA™ PLUS Raman Spectrometer

HORIBA Scientific is announcing the launch of XploRA™ PLUS, a compact Raman spectrometer that compromises on space but does not compromise on image resolution, data quality and reliability for multi-sample detection. Announced at PITTCON, the XploRA™ PLUS is a high performance and fully confocal Raman microscope based on the XploRA ONE™. It offers options such […]

Rapid Genome analysis

Supercomputer Processes 240 Whole Genomes in Two Days

University of Chicago’s Supercomputer Beagle has demonstrated that it is possible to process 240 whole human genomes in less than 48 hour. This was done using just 1/4th of Beagle’s processing power. While other cloud computing giants such as Amazon and Google are jumping on the genome processing bandwagon, the Beagle successfully demonstrated that with […]

Editing Genomes without antibiotic selection

New Technique Boosts Researchers’ Ability to Edit Genomes

Researchers from the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease and the University of California in San Francisco have recently found a quicker way to boost the introduction and/or identification of rare mutations in the human genome without compromising its integrity. Bruce Conklin and coworkers describe their findings in Nature Methods. The new technique allows induction or […]

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