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Global Image of the Year Award: a call for entries

Following the success of the first Global Image of the Year Life Science Light Microscopy Award, Olympus has launched its second annual Global Image of the Year Award to recognise the best in life science imaging.

Progress in unbiased, quantitative true single-cell proteomics

Bruker Corporation and Evosep have announced major progress in high-sensitivity, quantitative true single-cell proteomics, using a modified timsTOF Pro mass spectrometer connected to an Evosep One low-flow chromatography system.

Evolutionary Diversity as a Source for Anticancer Molecules

A new textbook entitled Evolutionary Diversity as a Source for Anticancer Molecules discusses evolutionary diversity as a source for anticancer agents derived from bacteria, algae, bryophytes, pteridophytes, and gymnosperms.

Happy New Year from the team at Step Communications

The past year has proved challenging for readers, contributors and commercial colleagues alike; however, the team responsible for publication of Pathology in Practice looks forward with some confidence to a better 2021.

Debra Padgett: IBMS President-Elect

Debra Padgett has been confirmed as the IBMS President-Elect, a position that took effect from 1 January 2021. She will work with the current President, Allan Wilson, and will succeed him as President on 1 January 2022.

Gambica Young Talent of the Year Award

Joshua Walker, Export Manager at Priorclave, has won the Gambica 2020 Young Talent of the Year Award.

New test for the detection of synovial sarcoma

ProPath has announced the addition of SS18-SSX to its antibody library. It is a fusion-specific antibody that is highly sensitive (95%) and specific (100%) for the detection of synovial sarcoma.

Method comparisons: an article series

In the third article in his series on method comparisons, now published in the December issue, Stephen MacDonald focuses on what differences are expected and acceptable, and what other factors need further investigation.

Thank you, and best wishes for Xmas and 2021

The team responsible for publication of Pathology in Practice wishes to acknowledge the support received in difficult times over the past months from readers, contributors and commercial colleagues.

Surveillance of AMR diseases could be more challenging outside the EU

In a new report from the Microbiology Society, experts from around the UK explain the desperate need for long-term and ambitious funding for surveillance and research into antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

Biomedical Science Industry Handbook: reflecting on IVD expertise

The Biomedical Science Industry Handbook 2021 is now available as a hard copy and in digital format. It provides comprehensive information on the full range of products and services from the in vitro diagnostics (IVD) industry.

Rare genetic mutation: a driver of multiple tumour malignancies

Hummingbird Bioscience, a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on developing revolutionary therapies for hard-to-drug targets, has announced a collaboration with Tempus, a leader in artificial intelligence (AI) and precision medicine.

An improved qPCR pipetting experience

Integra Biosciences’ VIAFLO electronic pipettes are making qPCR plate preparation the straightforward process it should be for researchers in the Saint-Geniez laboratory at Harvard Medical School.

Next-generation digital data management solution

As part of Olympus' commitment to providing digital solutions that improve the efficiency of cancer and stem cell research, the Olympus Provi CM20 incubation monitoring system has changed the way cell culture monitoring is conducted.

Effectiveness of new tools for standardising ER testing confirmed

Boston Cell Standards will present the results of a Canadian study that tested the first system of reference materials for standardisation of oestrogen receptor (ER) testing for breast cancer at the virtual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.

Surgical site infection: a time to act

Urgent action is required to reduce the devastating impact of surgical site infections (SSIs) in the UK, according to the report entitled ‘Time to Act: A State of the Nation Report on Surgical Site Infections in the UK’.

Delivering streamlined and automated software testing services

CliniSys Group has formed a partnership with Software Testing Solutions (STS) that will support CliniSys’ delivery of automated software testing services for its WinPath Enterprise LIMS and ICE solutions.

Method comparison studies: a look at acceptability criteria

In the third article in his series on method comparisons, Stephen MacDonald focuses on what differences are expected and acceptable, and what other factors need further investigation. Read the full feature in the December issue.

Rapid triaging of patients during COVID-19: December cover article

Triaging patients presenting with acute respiratory infection symptoms in the influenza season can be a minefield, without the added pressure of a global pandemic. Distinguishing between viral and bacterial infections can inform treatment decisions.

Improving breast cancer diagnosis with AI in pathology

Ibex Medical Analytics has announced a research partnership and joint study with Institut Curie, France’s leading cancer centre, for the first-ever blinded and independent evaluation of an AI solution for breast cancer detection.

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