Biobanking or the storage of biospecimens is becoming increasingly more important in the area of biomedical research.
TTP Labtech has announced the chameleon sample preparation system for cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM), designed to enable consistent application of samples to high-quality foil grids for cryo-EM analysis.
Technology company ABB will introduce its collaborative robots to medical laboratories as it opens a new healthcare hub at the Texas Medical Center in Houston, Texas.
The protein purifier of today has a full agenda and many different tasks to perform. It can be difficult to find time for attending full runs in the lab.
Biotage's Extrahera is a powerful, user-friendly automation system for analytical sample preparation in plate or column formats. It is a compact, eight-channel automation instrument, designed for speed and flexibility and with end-user operation in mind.
Epileptic seizure prediction is now possible in a wider range of patients than previously thought, thanks to the crowdsourcing of more than 10,000 algorithms worldwide.
Queensland researchers have conducted a world-first trial comparing the merits of robotic-assisted prostatectomy to open prostatectomy.
'Ivy' is a self-improving artificial intelligence system that continuously learns from the embryos it analyses.
What would normally take decades in identifying the effectiveness of a TB drug could now just take a matter of hours.
Aus-Swiss researchers have developed a miniature biosensor that provides insights into how individual cells behave.
Victorian Clinical Genetics Services' new bio-IT platform is reducing the turnaround time of genomic testing from months to days.
Emerson has selected Enterprise System Partners (ESP), a consulting and project engineering company, to collaborate with and assist life sciences manufacturers in implementing the Syncade manufacturing execution system (MES).
IBM's Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) for Sites is designed to streamline the clinical trials management process and maximise operational efficiencies.
US researchers have built a lab prototype of a flat microscope, called FlatScope, to provide an alternate path for sight and sound to be delivered directly to the brain. The microscope will sit on the surface of the brain, where it will detect optical signals from neurons in the cortex.
Researchers from The Netherlands have developed a glass microchip for ultrafast separation and purification of DNA fragments.