Lab of the Future

While it may sound like something out of science fiction, engineers are working on sensors that can authenticate based on the wavelength of a heartbeat.
by Laura French, Associate Editor, Forensic Magazine
11:53am
11.27.2017
The ideal environment for an electron microscope is the moon—far away from all disruptions. Since that’s not plausible, design considerations need to be made...
by Brian DiLuiso, AIA, and John Gillham, AIA, E4H Environments for Health Architecture
11:48am
11.27.2017
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A set of operational rules that favor “cloud first” or “IoT-enabled” can put a lab on the right track toward process automation.
by Paul Denny-Gouldson, VP Strategic Solutions, IDBS
11:41am
11.27.2017
Calorimetry-based cell monitoring is uniquely suited to the development of novel antibiotics, as a consequence of the speed, sensitivity and novel insights it...
by Magnus Jansson, Chief Scientific Officer, SymCel Sverige AB
8:15am
11.24.2017
Arthur Levin is a pioneer in oligonucleotide therapeutics and the evolution of RNA therapeutics. He details the recent advancements made in RNA editing, and...
by Joanne Van Zuidam, Editor, Drug Discovery & Development
8:05am
11.24.2017
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Scientists all across the world are conducting critically important research, but some do so at a distinct disadvantage: they don't have the proper laboratory...
by Jessica Burdg, Contributing Science Writer
12:01pm
11.13.2017
Protecting the integrity and security of data is central to any organization’s operational success. In a laboratory environment, increased data integrity and...
by Laurence Painell, VP, Marketing, IDBS
3:45pm
10.10.2017
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Robo-chemists may sound like science fiction, but scientists at the University’s Materials Innovation Factory plan to make them an everyday part of chemistry...
by University of Liverpool
2:16pm
10.4.2017
Mounting global pressure has forced mercury out of modern laboratories, with regulations going into effect in October.
by Stephen Zeal, Director, Stanhope-Seta
2:06pm
8.24.2017
Data is king in today’s laboratories—whether it is research data or safety data, it must be kept safe and easily accessible.
by Stuart Ward, Head of Business Analysis, IDBS
2:03pm
8.24.2017
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Remote monitoring and analysis of real-time data can reduce downtime and maximize lab productivity.
by Dan Shine, Senior Vice President, Analytical Instruments, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc., Waltham, Mass.
2:31pm
8.11.2017
Despite advances in technology that have improved the productivity, performance and predictability of scientific work in laboratories, data compatibility...
by Steve Hayward, Product Marketing Manager, and Daniela Jansen, Director of Product Marketing, Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA
1:46pm
8.10.2017
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While the push to standardize temperature control continues, advanced and alternative technologies excel in the meantime.
by Jerilin Kenney, Vice President and General Manager of Life Sciences and Healthcare, Phononic
1:02pm
8.9.2017
The 2017 RandD 100 Award Finalists have been announced, marking the 55th annual RandD 100 Awards program, which honors the 100 most innovative technologies of...
by The Editors of R&D Magazine
10:05am
8.9.2017
Some 50 employees in Wisconsin have taken RFID to another level--they have agreed to have microchips implanted into their hands on August 1.
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10:34am
7.25.2017
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Despite the intended end-use, industrial and lab filtration have many similarities, and can even be used together.
by Amanda Hill, Director of Marketing, Commercial Filtration Supply
10:20am
6.8.2017
It is no longer a surprise to hear that one of the biggest challenges in the lab today is the effective management and use of data. With digitization efforts...
by Steve Hayward, Product Marketing Manager, Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA
12:05pm
5.15.2017
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