Manufacturing is the production of products across all industries, on a large-scale, using machinery.
In this interview, we speak to Professor Kelly Schultz and colleagues about their latest research that has led to the development of a new lab-grown meat.
In this interview, we speak to Dr. Avinash Manjula Basavanna about his latest research that incorporated E. Coli to bring 3D printing materials to life.
The Native Antigen Company today announced the expansion of its norovirus-like particle range, with the addition of six new reagents.
In this interview, we speak to David Heinz from anvajo about their fluidlab technology that combines cell counting and spectrometry to improve fluid analysis.
The Future Sustainable Food Systems research group found that fungus-produced ovalbumin can reduce the environmental impact of chicken egg white powder.
The secret to producing large batches of stem cells more efficiently may lie in the near-zero gravity conditions of space. Scientists at Cedars-Sinai have found that microgravity has the potential to contribute to life-saving advances on Earth by facilitating the rapid mass production of stem cells.
A new technique takes bioprinting -; in which an ink of cells is printed, layer by layer, to form a structure -; to a whole new, and icy level. Investigators from the Zhang lab at Brigham and Women's Hospital have developed a technology that they term "cryobioprinting," a method that uses a bioink embedded with cells to print frozen, complex structures that can be easily stored for later use.
A group of researchers recently created a plant-based emulsifier that is rich in antioxidants and protein and also has the properties to replace dairy or eggs.
In this interview, we speak to Kirstie Speck from Abcam about the importance of innovation within the life sciences and how its role will change over the next 10 years.
Researchers for the first time acquired stem cells from livestock that was grown under chemically defined conditions.
In this interview, we speak to Sajith Wickramasekara, CEO and Co-Founder of Benchling, about cloud R&D and how it is powering the biotechnology revolution.
Chronic wounds are deep and difficult to repair. Often, the top of the injury heals before the bottom, so the wound collapses in on itself. Over time, this can result in scar tissue and reduced skin function.
Resolve Biosciences, the pioneer in Molecular Cartography™, today announced the appointment of Oliver Dick, PhD, as Chief Operating Officer.
Leading Producer of Controlled Substance APIs Now Supplying Lisdex API to Generic Drug Manufacturers Preparing for the 2023 Patent Expiry of Top-Selling Branded ADHD Therapy
Offering a storage volume of 0.5ml per well in a height of just 27mm - enables more Porvair Sciences 96-well low profile deep well plates to be stored or stacked in a given space.
University of Bath’s chemistry researchers recently devised a novel process utilizing blue light to develop pharmaceuticals in sustainable means.
Scientists recently identified the therapeutic benefits to patients receiving mesenchymal stromal cell (MSC) therapy.
Researchers from VIB and Ghent University devised a new technique to analyze the secretability of hundreds of thousands of protein sequences at once.
During Lab Innovations 2021, AZoNetwork caught up with James Lyons from GPE Scientific for a quick chat about the products they were exhibiting and also the challenges they had faced over the last 12-months.
RNAs are best known as the molecules that translate information encoded in genes into proteins with their myriad of activities.