Welcome to our annual celebration of the great and inspirational minds that underpin the medical laboratory. For 2021, we present some of the most inspirational pathologists and laboratory medicine professionals in six different categories...
Jeroen Demmers, Perdita Barran, and Manfred Wuhrer walk us through the proteomics battlegrounds in the fight against COVID-19
From mapping the universe to exploring immuno-oncology, celestial object-mapping algorithms are shining a light on secrets hidden in data
A universal testing approach may help to detect hidden inherited mutations in colorectal cancer patients
Poetry in a mass spectrometer uncovers thoughts on the absence within
A new analysis shows potential for determining plasma DNA origins in prenatal testing, organ transplantation, and oncology
Zachary Pitluk outlines the route to single-cell analysis – and the promise it holds for human health and disease
Detecting biomarkers at low concentrations is costly, sometimes inaccessible – could addressable nanoantennae on a smartphone microscope be the answer
A pangolin coronavirus has been found to share spike protein structural similarities with SARS-CoV-2 – suggesting it could infect humans
What’s new in pathology and laboratory medicine? We bring you a whistle-stop roundup of the latest research
Tom Lewis discusses how improving the quality of patient care in the UK starts with laboratories
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