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Laboratory Accreditation 101

Laboratory Accreditation 101

by Michelle Dotzert, PhD
In this Q&A, Elizabeth Carbonella of A2LA outlines the process of laboratory accreditation and the associated benefits
Trends in Informatics

Trends in Informatics

by Mike May, PhD
In this Q&A, DrugPatentWatch.com CEO Yali Friedman discusses his extensive interest in information and how to collect and analyze data
THC Testing in Cannabis and Hemp

THC Testing in Cannabis and Hemp

by Michelle Dotzert, PhD
Scientific technology editor Michelle Dotzert speaks with Ellen Parkin, quality assurance officer at Juniper Analytics, LLC
Ergonomic Lab Design

Ergonomic Lab Design

by MaryBeth DiDonna
Ken Mohr and Jinhee Lee of HERA laboratory planners discuss the keys to ergonomically-friendly laboratories in this Q&A with Lab Manager lab design editor MaryBeth DiDonna
Trends in Genetics: A Tale of Two Decades

Trends in Genetics: A Tale of Two Decades

by Tanuja Koppal
Clifford J. Steer, MD, discusses the changes that have taken place in genomics since the sequencing of the human genome in this Q&A with  contributing editor Tanuja Koppal, PhD
Trends in Portable Analysis

Trends in Portable Analysis

by Lauren Everett

Daniel E. Austin and Christopher C. Mulligan discuss the latest developments in portable mass spectrometers

Trends in Gas Chromatography

Trends in Gas Chromatography

by Lauren Everett

Eric Denoyer, PhD, and Joe Hedrick discuss the latest developments in GC in this Q&A

Multiplex Quantitative PCR in Wildlife Toxicology

Multiplex Quantitative PCR in Wildlife Toxicology

by Michelle Dotzert, PhD

Dr. Ronald J. Kendall is head of the Wildlife Toxicology Laboratory and professor of Environmental Toxicology in the Department of Environmental Toxicology at Texas Tech University

Developments in Cell Engineering and Therapy

Developments in Cell Engineering and Therapy

by Tanuja Koppal

Khalid Shah, MS, PhD, is the director of the Center for Stem Cell Therapeutics and Imaging at Harvard Medical School and the Center of Excellence in Biomedicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH).

New Frontiers in PCR

New Frontiers in PCR

by Tanuja Koppal

Carl Wittwer, PhD, talks to contributing editor Tanuja Koppal, PhD, about polymerase chain reaction (PCR)