Posted 2nd March 2020 by Liv Sewell
Interested in systems biology, omics technology, and plant bioinformatics? Catch up with one of our speakers from the 8th Plant Genomics and Gene Editing Congress: Europe, Professor Kristina Gruden…
Posted 7th February 2020 by Liv Sewell
Ahead of The 3rd Global NASH Congress, Dr Bevin Gangadharan explains how he helped to discover novel NAFLD biomarkers and their role in the development of a point-of-care test for NAFLD.
Posted 10th June 2019 by Joshua Sewell
The combination of simplicity and power is turning flow cytometry into the highest throughput protein analysis method yet developed.
Large-scale protein analysis, or proteomics, is still a relatively small discipline where the research front is driven by a few labs with unrestricted access to mass spectrometry (MS). MS is equivalent to a mainframe computer: very big, very sophisticated, and only a few people have the skills to use them.
Posted 30th September 2016 by Jane Williams
As a child, science, especially biomedical sciences, fascinated me. After watching Jurassic Park I decided that a career in Molecular Biology was the way to go and so I pursued a degree at Warwick University in the UK. After my degree (having not yet cloned a dinosaur but certainly learned a lot about cellular and molecular biology…) I pursued a Masters in Biotechnology at Nottingham Trent University where I discovered two of my continued scientific passions; mass spectrometry and tumour immunology.