New chromatography resin enters commercial production
Purolite Ltd. today announces that its Praesto agarose-based chromatography resin range is being utilized for the commercial manufacturing of FDA-approved biotherapeutics.
Thermo Scientific introduces virtual app for handheld Raman Analyzer
Today, Thermo Scientific introduced a new virtual companion to the TruScan RM Handheld Raman Analyzer system for pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturers to help them move towards effective digitization and cloud computing.
MilliporeSigma wins R&D 100 Award
MilliporeSigma announced that it is receiving a prestigious R&D 100 Award for its Eshumo CP-FT Resin product, a first-to-market product used in the biopharmaceutical manufacturing industry.
Thermo Fisher Scientific announces new strategic membership
Thermo Fisher Scientific just announced that it has become a member of the Pistoia Alliance.
MilliporeSigma licenses CRISPR IP to Evotec
MilliporeSigma announced today that it signed a license agreement providing Evotec SE access to MilliporeSignma's foundational CRISPR intellectual protect.
Waters installs first cyclic IMS mass spectrometer
On November 7, Waters Corporation announced that it installed the first-ever Waters Select Series Cyclic IMS (ion mobility spectrometry) mass spectrometer.
Thermo Fisher launches Aquilos 2 sample prep system
Thermo Fischer Scientific has launched a new system designed for the preparation of thin electron-transparent samples from biological specimens.
$2.65 million to expand computational research skills in science
Today, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation announced $1.65 million and $1 million for a joint $2.65 million for The Carpentries, an organization that teaches researchers computational skills through a scalable and community-centered model. The $1.65 million in funding from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative will support The Carpentries' instructor training program and the development of CarpentriesLabs -- a centralized repository for high-quality, community-contributed teaching materials.
Vote for your favorite #AgarArt today!
Voting for the People's Choice in the 2019 Agar Art Contest is open until November 13 on the American Society for Microbiology's (ASM) Facebook page!
New genomics database increases research collaboration
An international research team launched a new open-source database – multiplex assays of variant effect (MAVEs) – as a public repository for large-scale measurements of sequence variant impact, designed for interoperability with applications to interpret these datasets. Details of the database are presented in the November 3 issue of Genome Biology.