Manufacturers of consumer packaged goods (CPG) are looking for ways to harness the power of information technology to improve their profitability. Chasing promises of machine learning algorithms which will offer the golden path to bottleneck-free production, companies within the industry have scrambled to fit every piece of manufacturing capital with […]

What if you could replace your laboratory’s antibody supply with a library of custom-built probes which served the same purpose at a fraction of the price and at a multiple of the efficacy? Enter the age of the aptamers—short oligonucleotides that can bind arbitrary targets in a cheaper and more […]

According to new research recently published in the Journal of Immunology, there’s a good chance that the answer is yes.1 Eager to hop into the biologics and immunotherapeutic crazes, researchers successfully immunized a group of neonatal mice against a common allergen: cockroach-borne enterobacteria. Following inoculation, researchers were able to isolate […]

New research using a modified Cas9 protein has shown that with the proper tools, geneticists have unprecedented access to edit the epigenome.1 Accessing the epigenome is a treasure trove of research on the same scale as CRISPR. However, utilizing this new research to maximum effect will require a comprehensive software […]

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