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Analytical science

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

Using Mass Spec to Rewrite Textbooks

| Lauren Robertson

We sit down with Albert J.R. Heck, Professor at the Science Faculty, Utrecht University, and Scientific Director of the Netherlands Proteomics Centre

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

Rising to the Analytical Challenge of Advanced Medicine

| George Buchman

Without the right predictive analytical methods and tools, the cell and gene therapy field will be held back

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

Cell Therapy’s Live Analytical Challenges

| Dalip Sethi

Analytical science can take cell therapy manufacturing to the next level: in-line measurement of critical quality attributes

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

Talkin’ ‘Bout a (Protein) Revolution

Albert Heck believes native MS will help rewrite the textbooks on immunology, and increase our knowledge of our wellness, health, and the planet

Outside the Lab Professional development

The Analytical Neuroscientist

We sit down with "The Analytical Neuroscientist," Jonathan Sweedler

Tools & Techniques Cancer

The Rise of MALDI

| Mike Easterling

How MALDI imaging can take pathology labs to the next level

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

The Cortex-Characterizing Consortium

| James Strachan

Findings from 17 studies show that the primary motor cortex has up to 116 different types of cells

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

Breath Analysis with a (Very) Fine Toothed Comb

| James Strachan

JILA scientists improve the sensitivity of their frequency comb breathalyzer to disease biomarkers by a thousandfold

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

Expanding the Anti-Cancer Arsenal

We quizzed Amanda about her contribution to the fight against cancer – and life outside the lab

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

(Prote)omics in Next-Gen Drug Development

| Mark Rogers

Omics fields will play a key role in the quest for personalized medicine


Latest Solutions

Productivity enhancement with liquid chromatography solutions

| Contributed by Thermo Fisher Scientific

Precision medicine and large-scale plasma protein profiling

| Contributed by Thermo Fisher Scientific

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