Despite our many individual differences, there is one thing that binds all living beings: DNA. Throughout history, our knowledge of DNA and its impact on many industries has consistently grown.
Many factors can affect the outcome of data in a laboratory setting. Perhaps the most common factor is the contamination of lab samples.
Automated liquid handling equipment sees applications across a wide range of industries.
The agriculture industry has played an important role in human history throughout the years.
Used to purify samples and isolate elements, various methods of extraction are extremely important in the chemical analysis process.
Technology seems to be the way of the future, and this is especially the case for laboratories in a variety of industries.
BASF Advanced Research Initiative at Harvard, co-director of the Harvard Kavli Institute for BioNano Science & Technology, and director of the Harvard Materials Research Science & Engineering Center. NAS, NAE, American academy arts and sciences
Introducing automation to a lab can feel daunting. When you spend time implementing and optimizing protocols by hand, it can be difficult to imagine relinquishing that control over to a robot.
With the 29th International Symposium of Human Identification firmly setting itself on the horizon. Aurora reflected on the past year within DNA forensics.
We all have to get an annual flu shot. I know, it’s not really fun, but at least you’ll be protected during flu season, and hey, if your nurse is nice maybe you will get a lollipop afterwards!