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June 15, Vol. 34, No. 12

  • Feature Articles

    • Labs Embrace Automated Liquid Handling
    • Ken Doyle, Ph.D.
    • Rapid advancement in life sciences research is typically driven by technology that maximizes assay speed and throughput The explosion in genomics research created by widespread adoption of next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology is just one example... more »
    • Here and There on Upstream Processing
    • Angelo DePalma
    • Best practices in upstream processing seek to maintain cell health and product quality during cell culture “Each is irreversibly susceptible to its environment and deviations that result in loss in efficiency and yield,” says Mario Becker, director of marketing and ... more »
    • Clinical Research Organization Roundup
    • Last August, the FDA issued its “Guidance for Industry Oversight of Clinical Investigations: A Risk-Based Approach to Monitoring” Agency officials said they believed that risk-based monitoring (RBM) could improve sponsor oversight of clinical trials To get a better understanding of ... more »
  • Columns

    • Advertorial: Think you know ag? Think again.
    • Often characterized as simply an “ag state,” Iowa has capitalized on its heritage and in-depth plant, animal, and human research capabilities to build a thriving Agronomic Ecosystem When you visit Iowa today, you’ll find cutting-edge research universities, renewable energy breakthroughs, ... more »
    • Bio-Techne Realigns for Growth
    • Gail Dutton
    • With a new name and a new CEO, Bio-Techne has begun an aggressive growth strategy to ensure that researchers know not only its flagship brand, R&D Systems, but the company as a whole One year ago, when Chuck Kummeth ... more »
    • Changing the Landscape of the Global Bioprocess ...
    • Beset by multiple challenges—declining R&D efficiency, rising healthcare costs, and unmet medical needs—the biopharmaceutical industry is keen to better its bioprocessing practices The success and safety of biopharmaceuticals suggest that the tools for making safe, effective biological therapeutics already exist ... more »