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Technology and innovation

Diagnostics Analytical science

Breath Testing for Early Diagnosis

| Jonathan Lawson

Exhaled particles are of greater interest than ever – so how can we turn them to our advantage for disease diagnosis?

Diagnostics Microscopy and imaging

Illuminating Progress in Microscope Lighting

| Klaus Willeke

What benefits can LED microscope light sources offer those who are still using halogen bulbs?

Diagnostics Technology and innovation

Detecting Disease with Gold-Coated Biosensors

| Olivia Gaskill

Biosensors developed using nanoengineered porous gold may aid clinicians in early disease detection

Inside the Lab Technology and innovation

A New Dawn for Comprehensive Genomic Profiling with TruSight™ Oncology 500

| Sponsored by Illumina

Results from early access trials demonstrate the reproducibility and reliability of a pan-cancer next-generation sequencing assay

Outside the Lab COVID-19

Brave New World

| Michael Schubert

The eighth edition of our COVID-19 pandemic diaries from pathologists and laboratory medicine professionals around the world

Diagnostics Microscopy and imaging

Is Your Microscope Exposing You to Radiation?

| Neil Sharma, Manish Singhal

High-end microscope objectives transmit UV light more readily than basic lenses – but what risk do they pose to pathologists?

Inside the Lab Precision medicine

Think of the Children

| Luke Turner

Two experts in childhood cancers give their take on the intricacies of pediatric laboratory medicine and where they think the field will go next

Inside the Lab Laboratory management

Continuous delivery of complete patient cases

| Sponsored by Agilent

Dako Omnis enables delivery of complete patient cases to pathologists throughout the day, instead of as a big batch in the afternoon.

Outside the Lab Point of care testing

Lifesaving, Blood-Typing Lab-on-a-Chip

| Michael Schubert

A new chip can quickly and automatically type blood in emergencies

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Pathologists and AI – Working Together

| Andrew Schaumberg

To make best use of AI, it must be responsive and adapt to pathologists’ needs


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