Welcome to our annual celebration of the great and inspirational minds that underpin the medical laboratory.
We take a tour through one of the world’s most foremost pediatric institutes, the Great Ormond Street Hospital
Sitting Down With Sarah Coupland, Professor of Pathology at the University of Liverpool
Biobanks can operate efficiently and successfully by learning from the automotive industry
Neonates need simpler, more sensitive – and preferably non-invasive – analytical methods
A beta-glucosidase and lipase could be detected by a biosensor that costs half a cent
A piece of paper and some string could be the low-cost solution to centrifugation
Could cardiac troponin levels track more than just damage in the heart?
Transporting blood through pneumatic tube systems may have a bigger impact on samples than we thought
R Neil Dalton & Charles Turner
Exquisite sensitivity and specificity gives MS the edge in clinical applications
Tandem mass spectrometry could improve detection of amyloidosis-causing proteins
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Getting to the Genetic Core of Autism
IVDR Compliance: A Marathon, Not a Sprint