GEN Magazine

Volume 40, Issue No. 11, November 2020

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With Synthetic Biology Nature Is All Business

healthy food on a plate

Biobanks Are Becoming Data Banks in the Era of Personalized Medicine

PerkinElmer’s automation solutions

Cryopreservation to Improve Cell Manufacturing and Biobanking

removing human cell from liquid nitrogen

Enabling Scientific Discovery and Healthcare with Biobanks


Biomarkers Show the Power of Contextualization

Biology Cube

Spheroids, Organoids Replacing Standard Cultures for Cell-Based Assays


Precision Medicines That Are Tailored and Off-the-Rack

Orgenesis research institute

Digital PCR as a Universal Molecular Diagnostic Standard


The True (If Circuitous) Path to Stem Cell Cures

stem cell

Leveraging Machine Learning to Advance Precision Medicine

Precision Metabolomics™ platform

Metabolomics Tools Adapt to Meet Researchers’ Needs

Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Compound Discoverer software

Immune Profiling System Redirected in Light of COVID-19

Adarza BioSystems’ lab

How the Right In Vitro Biological Model Can Drive Success in Drug Discovery

Research scientists working at bench

Gaining New Insight on Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Signaling and Pharmacology

Argonaute protein and microRNA

Insights from an Industry Forum: Reducing Cost of Goods for Gene Therapy

DNA and Dollar symbol

PAT Solutions for the Future of Bioprocessing 4.0


BioIVT: Ethical Procurement Matters for Quality Human Biospecimens

Accelerating the Translation of Genomic Insight to Therapeutics

DNA Data

Support System for Laboratory Scale Reactions

Compact Capillary Electrophoresis System

Sterile 96-Well Plate Seal for Cell Culturing

Automation for Small Biobanks

AAVX Titer Kit

Hydrophilic Vyon® Plastics Demonstrate Outstanding Performance for Drug Discovery Applications.

Freezing Solutions for Clinical Application of Cell Therapy Products


National Museum of Natural History Virtual Tour


Mathematica: COVID-19

CRISPR Pioneers Doudna and Charpentier Win 2020 Nobel Prize for Chemistry

Doudna Charpentier

Concentrating and Releasing Drugs in the Brain with Pinpoint Accuracy

Brain graphic