News: LabPulse at AACC
We are excited to be attending the American Association for Clinical Chemistry’s annual conference in Anaheim! We will be showcasing our newest online community for clinical scientists — LabPulse.com, a website devoted to the significant changes in clinical laboratory workflow and testing. Come find us at Booth #4326 or reach out at email@example.com
New Release: The Market for Next-Generation Sequencing
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies encompass the modern, post-Sanger sequencing techniques that revolutionized and expanded the fields of molecular biology and genomics in recent years. NGS has been a disruptive technology that had a substantial impact on the characterization of the genome of various species, and has found numerous applications in a large variety of fields, including clinical diagnostics, drug discovery and development, agriculture, and forensics. This report provides an in-depth look at the sequencing market, including data for 2018-2023.
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Tool Kit: Mastering Your Life Science Customer’s Expectations: From Marketing to the Overall Experience
Life scientists engage with their suppliers every day — from receiving marketing materials in their mail (both physical and digital), to advertisements on social media, to purchasing products, and working with their suppliers’ customer service and technical support teams. All of these experiences contribute to a customer’s perception of a life science brand. Understanding expectations…
Blog: Portable Analytical Instruments Put to Work in Drug Abuse Crisis
Drug abuse is one of the largest global health issues in the 21st century, with millions each year being touched by the second largest black market in the world after arms sales. According to the World Health Organization, nearly 300 million worldwide used an illicit drug at least once in 2016. See how Portable Instruments are aiding the situation.
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Trending from Instrument Business Outlook: China and US in the Lead: Science and Engineering Publications 2007–17
Capturing the attention of policy makers and companies serving the academic research market, including scientific instrument and lab product providers, the countries with the largest number of science and engineering (S&E) articles has significantly evolved between 2007 and 2017. China leads the list in 2017 followed by the US, a reverse from 2007, according to a May report from the NSF’s National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics.
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