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...
Bone proteomics could help investigators get to the bottom of drowning deaths
A new technique for imaging proteins in 3D at nanoscale resolution reveals the concentrations of erbium and zinc in an E. coli cell
New portable technology can detect avian influenza antibodies in 20 minutes, offering hope for rapid coronavirus antibody detection
The process of naming bacteria follows specific rules – but do you know what they are?
Vibrational spectroscopy may allow definitive diagnosis of fibromyalgia via a unique metabolic signature in the blood
Combining molecular analysis with artificial intelligence can help forensic scientists elicit more information from maggots
Diagnostic testing for coronavirus suffered from a slow initial response in the US – but officials are ramping up efforts to get back on track
Canada’s first human decomposition facility is set to open this year, shedding light on natural decay in cooler environments
How mass spectrometry imaging techniques can assist clinical pathology – if standardization efforts are successful
Jennifer Van Eyk
Remote self-sampling may improve diagnosis and prognosis while reducing costs, but numerous factors must be considered for appropriate implementation
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