New on Science Exchange: Nobel-worthy Nanosensors, MacroDSF, Fluidigm, and More

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Nobel-worthy nanosensors In 2007, Charles Lieber, the Harvard scientist who many say is in the running for a Nobel prize, co-founded Vista NanoBioSciences to enable drug discovery researchers to use his team’s nanosensor technologies for label-free, ultrasensitive detection of proteins, nucleic acids, and even single viral particles. Now available through Science Exchange, Vista NanoBioSciences offers […]

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Science Exchange Stories: Pat Corsino from Nuovo Biologics

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Our user Pat Corsino, a R&D Manager at Nuovo Biologics, is studying the mechanism of action behind their antiviral and oncology technologies. I spoke with him about life and efficiency at an early-stage biotech, check out his advice about being proactive at a small biotech! Q: What does Nuovo Biologics do? Pat: We’re a small […]

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