Researchers from Seoul National University have developed a so called “bioelectronic nose” which works like a human nose and can detect bacteria in water.
COFFEE BREAK NEWS FOR LIFE SCIENTISTS
Paper laboratory notebooks are becoming the bottleneck in laboratory information management, as they have problems keeping up with growing amount of data produced, demand for its traceability and reuse.
Many researchers like coffee for the caffeine-attributed energy boost that awakens their mind in the morning or in the afternoon after several hours of lab work or vigorous brainstorming. Other just crave for its distinctive bitter aroma that they learned to like.
Over the last decade or so, the explosion in outputs of DNA sequencing, bioinformatics and modern molecular genetics opens the possibility of completely redesigning new crops from scratch.
Meet Luka Zupančič, inventor of Easycarb
Price is often one of the most important factors when considering a purchase of a new qPCR thermal cycler. One reason for this is that it obviously has a direct and immediate impact on your budget.
INTERVIEW: “So Long, and Thanks For All the Stem Cells!” When It Comes to Stem Cell Treatment Animals Are Better Off
Meet Dr. Katerina Čeh, CEO of Animacel
A two-step vaccination process to protect against the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) was recently successfully administered to mice and rhesus macaque.