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Cell Prep Possibilities: Sample Prep and Cell Isolation Methods for Single-cell

This feature introduces the basic single-cell workflow, as well as best practices and the latest commercial methods in sample preparation […]

The State Of: Multi-Omics

This feature was written by Taylor Fulton-Ward. The advent of multi-omics, or the combination of different omics for analysis, has […]

FOG Spotlight: A Conversation with Christopher Mason

“I think a lot of people in the public, they hear things about genetics or cells, and they really just […]

The Single-Cell & Spatial Buyer’s Guide

Single-cell and spatial omics can be confusing! The technology is developing at an exhilarating rate, new companies are producing solutions […]

Single-Cell for Cancer Biology ONLINE

Single-Cell sequencing has already become a staple methodology for medical research. Much of this advancement has happened within, and is directly relevant to cancer biology. Hence, we are really excited to launch our new webinar series – Single-Cell for Cancer Biology ONLINE – to directly explore the latest impact that single-cell methodologies are having on cancer research.

Highly Multiplexed Tissue Imaging to combat Tumour Heterogeneity

Tumours are complex entities and current pathological techniques do not capture that complexity. However, the new suite of spatial tools, […]

Genomics Week in Brief: Week ending 1st March

What’s been going on in the genomics world this week? In Week in Brief, we summarise the latest developments. The […]

The Sequencing Buyer’s Guide: 6th Edition

Next generation sequencing, both short reads and long reads, is undergoing a second wave of exciting developments. New short-read platforms […]

The State Of: Proteomics

Proteomics is the study of the entire set of proteins (known as the proteome) produced by a cell, tissue or […]

Multi-omics Playbook

Multi-omics is fast becoming the new standard for biomarker identification and molecular biology in general. Why look at transcriptomics when […]