GEN Magazine

Volume 40, Issue No. 06, June 2020

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The Human Genome Project in 2020 Hindsight

Bill Clinton between J. Craig Venter (left) and Francis S. Collins

3D Microscopy Keeps Getting Faster, Smarter, Leaner

Perspectives on Microscopy

Olympus scanR 3.1 high-content screening station

Biomanufacturers Cope with Challenges of Going Continuous

Sanofi Framingham, Virginia facility

Computational Tools for Accelerating Regenerative Medicine

Star FIlled Sky

Overcoming Challenges in the Development of Anticancer ADCs


Regenerative Medicine Gets Weaving

3D printed lung scaffolds

In Praise of Lesser-Sung Life Sciences Clusters

world in glass tube

Biomanufacturing Costs in Cities around the Globe

Network Connections World Map

Bacterial Platforms Can Rival Mammalian Platforms

AbSci labware

Collaborating to Fight COVID-19

Collaborations Pharmaceuticals team

A Multiplexed Microarray Platform for Targeted Proteomics

Medical Research: two young researchers analyse a 2-D electrophoresis

Rapid Global Characterization of Immunoglobulin G1 following Oxidative Stress

Catalent figure 3 cropped

The Brave New World of Manufacturing: Speed, Capacity and Quality

Lady scientist looking at ampoule with new medication, vaccination development

A Winning Combination: Genomics and Deep Phenotyping for Accelerated Drug Discovery

Genomics Medicine Ireland.

GEN Interview: Andrew LeBeau, PhD, Dotmatics

Andrew LeBeau

Antiviral Drug Discovery Reinvented


Applikon Biotechnology: Joins the Race to Develop a COVID-19 Vaccine

coronavirus vaccine

2D Barcode Rack Scanner

Lab-Scale Tangential Flow Filtration (TFF) Solutions

Filters for COVID-19 Detection Devices

Live-Cell Analysis System

Anti-Ipilimumab Antibodies

Secure Clamping

Protein Precipitation Plate

Protwin Precipitation plates

Generation of Muscle Cells in Three Steps


Scribble Together Whiteboard

Scribble Together Whiteboard

WHO Info

Zoom Cloud Meetings

SARS-CoV-2 Detection in Saliva Samples is Sensitive and Consistent

Coronavirus 2019-nCoV spreading