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My lab: the cancer biomarkers team

Ruth Riisnaes gives a guided tour of her lab at the Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton.

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Improving the health of future generations

Parmesher Singh explains the work that is being undertaken at UK Biobank and the impact that it is hoped to have.

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Clinical chemistry classics pt 4b: cardiac markers

In the second instalment of his three-part look at cardiac markers, Stephen Clarke continues his historic analysis of landmark moments in clinical chemistry.

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Supporting research at home and overseas

In 2017, the IBMS awarded research grants totalling almost £25,500 to six Fellows. Here the recipients explain their grant-supported projects.

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The 100,000 Genomes Project: it's not just about DNA

Gerry Thomas, Professor of Molecular Pathology, casts a critical eye over the 100,000 Genomes Project.*

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Advanced roles for biomedical scientists

Specialist Biomedical Scientist Shahid Nazir Muhammad looks at how smarter services can be provided through embracing collaborative working.

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"We see people, not blood tubes"

Malcolm Robinson, co-founder of Harvey’s Gang, tells how allowing children into pathology labs is transforming their healthcare experiences – and those of the staff who meet them.

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The big question: POCT

Will pathology lab consolidation lead to increased POCT?

Science news in numbers January 2018

Science news in numbers: January 2018

A breakdown of science news this month.

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Editorial: Regulation

Members are urged to read a regulation consultation and safeguard the future of the profession.

My lab: in Great Ormond Street Hospital

Specialist Biomedical Scientist Bamidele Farinre gives a guided tour of her paediatric lab at the children’s hospital.

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