A potential breakthrough in the early detection of the neck, head and anal cancers linked to human papillomavirus (HPV) has emerged, based on a highly specific point-of-care blood test that appears to indicate cancer, and predict its course.
Torrey Pines Scientific has announced it new EchoTherm Stackable/Programmable Vibration-Free Chilling Incubators for protein crystallography and other life science uses.
The Biomedical Science Industry Handbook 2021 will be circulated with the December issue of Pathology in Practice, providing comprehensive information on the full range of products and services available from the in vitro diagnostics (IVD) industry.
FFEI, a global developer of award-winning digital imaging solutions, has launched the Sierra Validate & Standardise (VS) Analyser, the latest product available within the patented Sierra colour calibration technology portfolio.
The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) has called for greater recognition of health and care professionals, and is asking government and the public to remember the sentiments expressed towards all key workers during the first lockdown.
Elsevier has published a new book in the area of biomedical science. ‘Entitled Human Physiology in Extreme Environments’, this is a second edition of the title written by Hanns-Christian Gunga.
Proscia has announced that NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the National Cancer Institute Consortium for Molecular Characterization of Screen-Detected Lesions (MCL), have used Proscia’s Concentriq platform to advance biomedical research.
Scientists in Bristol have worked with CliniSys to develop information technology (IT) to support critical newborn screening and tissue typing services.
Sakura Finetek Europe has launched Tissue-Tek SmartConnect, an automated transfer system that creates a continuous flow between the Tissue-Tek Xpress x120 Rapid Tissue Processor and Tissue-Tek AutoTEC a120 Automated Embedding System.
Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) has reached epidemic levels, spreading from developed countries to developing countries. The Randox D-3-hydroxybutyrate assay provides a convenient method for the accurate detection of ketones from serum.
Use of multichannel pipettes can streamline assay workflow and increase reproducibility. To optimise productivity, however, you need to use them in combination with reagent reservoirs.