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Help inform tools and technologies that advance research, treatments, and cures. The Science Advisory Board is an exclusive, online community that connects scientific and medical professionals across the world.

The Science Advisory Board is an exclusive, online community that connects scientific and medical professionals across the world.

Tech Overview - Molecular Spectroscopy
December 12, 2018 -- This post kicks off our next technology series. Our focus will cover molecular spectroscopy. If your research uses molecular spec devices, or you are interested in learning more, be sure to follow along with this series as we uncover different technologies.  Discuss
Food Testing Compliance – Small Labs Battle With Changing Times
December 7, 2018 -- In our previous article, we reviewed some of the most prominent trends in the food applications industry. In this article, we delve into the technological drivers in the industry as well as end-user perspectives of 135 scientists around the world that currently use analytical tools in food safety testing, composition analysis, and other related applications.  Discuss
Modest Growth for Lab Automation
December 4, 2018 -- Lab automation refers to a collection of technologies that are involved in making faster and more efficient repetitive laboratory tasks. Lab automation generally consists of six categories: liquid handling; microplate readers; LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System), ELN/LES (Electronic Laboratory Notebook/Laboratory Execution System) and SDMS (Scientific Data Management System); multiplex and high-throughput ELISA systems; informatics; and robotics. Each of these techniques aims to increase the speed, efficiency, and accuracy of lab work, and enhance overall productivity.  Discuss
Tech Overview - X-ray Diffraction
November 30, 2018 -- X-ray Diffraction (XRD) is a non-destructive technique that probes properties of crystals, metallic solids and powders made of small-scale crystals. In XRD, a beam of x-rays is directed at the sample.  Discuss
Precious Metal Analysis with Atomic Spectroscopy- A Touchstone for Today!
November 28, 2018 -- Human culture has valued gold since prehistoric times. Gold was used in trade, and the first gold coins arose in the 6th century BCE. Doubtless, counterfeiting and adulteration arose almost immediately thereafter. Consequently, technology arose to evaluate gold for authenticity and purity. The importance and ubiquity of these methods have led to them entering the language as metaphors – we may speak of an ‘acid test’ or ‘touchstone’ for evaluating or exemplifying something’s worth. Although few of us still use gold in a day-to-day fashion for commerce, the need to assess purity remains, and analytical laboratory tools can be brought to bear on the question.  Discuss
Is Your Food Fit to Feast?
November 27, 2018 -- Almost everything you eat or drink exists within the confines of modern-day food safety guidelines, standards, and laws. Before it enters the grocery store or restaurant kitchen (and later, your stomach), the raw materials and final product have most likely been tested, processed, manufactured, monitored, validated, quality-checked, characterized, and certified – all before being shipped to its final destination for consumer purchase.  Discuss
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Festival of Genomics London
January 23-24, 2019
London, London, City of United Kingdom
ASM Biothreats
January 29-31, 2019
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Innovation and Application
February 2-6, 2019
Washington, D.C., Virginia United States
MedLab Exhibition and Congress
February 4-7, 2019
Dubai, Dubai United Arab Emirates
Japan Analytical Scientific Instrument Show
February 5-7, 2019
Osaka, Osaka Japan
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