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Analytical science

Subspecialties

A Lasting Legacy

| Mary J. Wirth

A story of war, famine, epigenetics, and how all three colluded to change the phenotype of a generation of babies – and beyond

Diagnostics

Sensing the Tiniest Change

| Menno Prins

New biomarker sensing technology can detect miniscule concentrations of molecules in the blood to assist with patient monitoring

Inside the Lab

Shining a Brighter Light

| Srikanth Singamaneni

A new “plasmonic patch” can enhance fluorescence-based detection and imaging for research and in the clinic

Inside the Lab

No Label? No Problem!

A new approach, wide-field mid-IR microscopy, can help identify biomarkers and diagnose and classify cancers without the need for labeling

Inside the Lab

Coming Soon: Third-Wave Diagnostics

| Jason Heikenfeld

The need for continuous and contextual biochemical data is clearer than ever, and enabling technology may be just around the corner

Outside the Lab

Quick Hits

| William Aryitey

A roundup of interesting stories surrounding pathology

Diagnostics

The Human Element

| Charlotte Barker

Measuring biomarkers to assess the impact of e-cigarettes

Diagnostics

Real-Time Tumor Analysis

| William Aryitey

MALDI and a SpiderMass device could save valuable surgery time

Outside the Lab

Faster Fibrosis Diagnosis

| William Aryitey

An immunosensing technique that detects liver fibrosis in 45 minutes

Inside the Lab

The Astropathologist

Sitting Down With Richard M. Linnehan, Veterinary pathologist and Astronaut.


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