Awareness of the utility of wastewater for epidemiology was raised during the recent COVID-19 pandemic. CLI caught up with Dr Andrew Singer (UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology) to find out more about the development of wastewater-based epidemiology and what it can do for us.
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In September, the companies Eisai and Biogen announced good news about the results of their ‘Clarity AD’ clinical trial of their drug lecanemab (https://www.eisai.com/news/2022/news202271.html).
INDIANAPOLIS – (October 31, 2022) – More companies around the world continue turning to Beckman Coulter Life Sciences, a global leader in laboratory automation and innovation, for their next generation sequencing (NGS) needs with the Biomek NGeniuS System. The company continues building a robust demonstrated application library as it announces an application development agreement with […]
Waters Corporation has introduced a new, innovative powder rheology tooling and software for its TA Instruments HR Rheometers allowing scientists to make precise, repeatable powder rheology measurements simpler and faster. Such measurements enable materials scientists to optimize the processing and end-use performance of powders used in batteries, pharmaceuticals, additive manufacturing, food, personal care products, and […]
Astrea Bioseparations, a leading provider of novel purification and separation tools supporting the development of next-generation therapeutics, has announced the commercial launch of its Nereus LentiHERO lentiviral vector (LVV) purification technology. Incorporating ‘AstreAdept’, the company’s proprietary nanofiber material, this novel solution addresses the challenges associated with purifying the large and fragile products used in cell […]
Asynt has unveiled their LightSyn Lighthouse – a new photochemical reactor system in their LightSyn range, developed in response to customer demand for higher reaction yields, ease of use, high operational safety, and competitive pricing.
‘Samples’ is a sample management tool, designed by Ziath, for laboratories tasked with keeping smaller inventories of stored samples well organized.
A team led by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) has overcome a major constraint for cutting and editing DNA by CRISPR-Cas enzymes and other technologies. The recent innovation, which is published in Nature Biotechnology , will simplify and expedite molecular cloning approaches and expand their utility.