• Remote AI-Run Robotics Lab, Gut Microbiome as Targetable Biomarker, More

    Jun 30 | Bio-IT World | A comprehensive ligand- and structure-based design platform delivers new and improved features for molecule design; an advanced automated GC headspace sampler and GC/mass spectrometry solution helps lab teams simplify operations; 10x Genomics releases a series of profiling products; and more. More
  • Follow the Money: Drug Discovery Robotics Lab, Clinical Sequencing Platform, More

    Jun 29 | Bio-IT World | Funding for single-cell sequencing, small molecule drug discovery, neurological biomarkers, and more. More
  • Susan Gregurick Previews Potential Elements of NIH’s Next Strategic Plan for Data Science

    Jun 28 | Bio-IT World | In the latest episode of Bio-IT World’s Trends from the Trenches podcast, Susan Gregurick, Associate Director for Data Science and Director of the Office of Data Science Strategy at the National Institutes of Health, gave a peek into what’s coming in the next iteration of the NIH Strategic Plan for Data Science. More
  • ‘Chemical Thermometer’ Factors In Local Environment Of A Cobalt Molecule

    Jun 23 | Bio-IT World | A cobalt-based molecule engineered to be a noninvasive chemical thermometer for detecting tiny temperature changes, one of the signposts of injury and disease as well as the true edges of a cancerous tumor, opens the door to a new approach where the mimicking is focused on manipulating a molecule’s quantum aspects rather than its reactivity, according to Joseph Zadrozny, assistant professor of chemistry at Colorado State University. More
  • Ultrasound May Become Alternative To Antidiabetic Drugs

    Jun 22 | Bio-IT World | Using ultrasound to stimulate neurometabolic pathways in the body to prevent or reverse type 2 diabetes is a centerpiece of research and development efforts at the General Electric (GE) Research Center in Niskayuna, NY. More
  • Organ-On-A-Chip Platform For Studying Immune Response To Vaccines

    Jun 21 | Bio-IT World | A first in the world of organs-on-a-chip, researchers at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University have come up with a lymphoid follicle (LF) model that can be used to probe the function of the immune system and predict its response to vaccines—including the three (Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J) currently in use for the prevention of COVID-19. “We hit upon the recipe that works and, in retrospect, it makes sense given what happens naturally,” says senior staff scientist Girija Goyal, Ph.D. More
  • Improving Data Standardization in Neuroscience Research

    Jun 17 | Bio-IT World | Recent advances in the commercialization of neuroscience data acquisition technology have enabled a quickly growing collection of massive brain activity and behavioral datasets. Within the data lie exciting promises of solving how the brain generates behavior, and how it might be better healed when diseased or disturbed. But interpreting these large, high-dimensional datasets isn’t easy. We need modern, collaborative solutions that help scale data management, analysis, and knowledge sharing. More
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