PathGroup, one of the largest providers of anatomical pathology, digital pathology, clinical and molecular laboratory services in the United States, has acquired DermLab.
A coordinated and sustained programme of dog vaccination against rabies is effective in preventing transmission of the deadly virus to humans and among animals, and remains key to rabies elimination.
As the health service responds to the various backlogs that have developed as a result of the ongoing pandemic, Chris Hudson provides a brief overview of Roche digital solutions and how they facilitate better patient care.
Biotium has released of new ExoBrite EV Membrane Staining Kits, designed for fluorescent staining of exosomes or extracellular vesicles (EVs) with little to no background.
Orgenesis has entered into a collaboration agreement with Savicell Diagnostics to deploy Savicell’s patented ImmunoBiopsy immunometabolism platform.
One of the UK’s leading technology educators and innovators, Credersi, has teamed up with COVID testing solutions company DAM Health to create the world’s first virtual reality COVID-19 laboratory training syllabus.
Ibex Medical Analytics, a pioneer in AI-based cancer diagnostics, and KSM, the Research and Innovation Center of Maccabi Healthcare Services, Israel's leading HMO, has announced the deployment of Galen Gastric at Maccabi’s pathology institute.
Biotium, a supplier and inventor of fluorescent cellular probes for life science research, has announced the release of new ExoBrite EV Membrane Staining Kits.
Torrey Pines Scientific has announced its EchoTherm RIC40 Peltier-driven, compact chilling/heating dry baths with operating temperatures from 0.0ºC to 100.0ºC. They are designed for use with robotic systems.
Lab Innovations 2021, the UK’s only trade show for the laboratory industry, has opened visitor registrations for this year’s event, set to go ahead on 3–4 November 2021, at the NEC in Birmingham.
The new Olympus DP28 and DP23 microscope cameras were chosen by a committee of clinicians and healthcare professionals to receive a Premier Innovation Award for their potential to meet unmet clinical needs and improve patient care.
A new approach to tackling the spread of malaria in sub-Saharan Africa, which combines affordable, easy-to-administer blood tests with machine learning and unbreakable encryption, has generated encouraging early results in Uganda.