As SARS-CoV-2 virus shifts strategies, new products and technologies step up to the challenge
The past year has accelerated the development of certain trends and new technologies – notably advanced genetic sequencing products and solutions.
The importance of biosafety cabinets, fume hoods, and workstation enclosures has never been so evident, considering the challenges of the past year. Here are few new products and solutions currently on the market.
From humble roots to noble humanitarian cause, PCR has left an indelible impact on the world of science.
Innovations to confront the challenges of viral vaccine research today and tomorrow
Here are a few notable developments that will continue to advance our understanding of COVID-19 throughout 2021 and beyond.
Several new FDA-approved tests based upon mass spectrometry showcase the power of mass spec, not only as a discovery technology, but as a capable platform for unprecedented public health challenges.
The successful application of NGS technologies to a problem of this scale and scope speaks to the power of innovation. Here are a few new NGS solutions for COVID-19 research applications.
The Zetasizer Advance family is the most versatile and flexible range of light scattering systems on the market, with a solution for every challenge and every budget.
By automating tasks and increasing precision, new liquid handling technologies serve to streamline workflows and free up the hands of researchers to focus on the important stuff – the science.
New products and technologies are helping to arm scientists and medical professionals – providing the insight needed in the fight against this unprecedented viral disease.
The world of microscopy has a rich and vivid history -- two recent breakthroughs shine even greater light on an already brilliant field of view.
Research into SARS-CoV-2 spike protein and other areas are contributing to the development of viable vaccines, drugs, and therapeutic antibodies -- all benefiting from new glycan analysis and LC-MS solutions.
Understanding the strengths and limitations of real-time RT-PCR is essential for examining the current virus outbreak and for those that may emerge in the future.