In the clinical histology laboratory, process improvement always has a common goal: to improve and ensure the safety, quality, and cost-efficiency of the lab. Attend this webcast to acquire essential knowledge about achieving improvements that will make your patients notice.
Pharma partnerships promise big advances for personalized therapies.
The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) has reviewed evidence on the emerging use of noninvasive prenatal testing, concluding that recent research is not yet sufficient to change current practice recommendations.
Data from the Procede 500 study of cell-cycle progression testing with the Prolaris RNA-expression test indicate that 65% of physicians changed their original treatment plans for men with prostate cancer based on results from the test.
Genomics tools company RainDance Technologies has closed a $16.5 million financing round extension. New investors include GE Ventures and Northgate Capital; all existing financial investors also participated in the round.
The 5R7-388 RoHS-compliant temperature controller from Oven Industries offers bi-directional control for independent thermoelectric modules or in conjunction with auxiliary or supplemental resistive heaters for both cooling and heating applications.
Purair Sky filtration units from Air Science protect laboratory personnel in environments where hazardous substances are handled.
The Labelview 2014 and Codesoft 2014 label design applications from Teklynx International allow users to design and print labels, including GS1 standard QR codes.
The WASP Walk-Away Specimen Processor from Copan Diagnostics, Murrieta, Calif, provides a comprehensive system that encompasses all aspects of automated specimen processing, planting and streaking, Gram slide preparation, and enrichment broth inoculation.
New products include the BioStack MicroPlate Stacker from BioTek, an electronic reporting module from the College of American Pathologists, and the Purelab Chorus range of customizable water purification systems from Elga Labwater.