The big question: COVID cases

How concerning is the increase in COVID-19 cases?

My lab: The immunology laboratory

Medical Laboratory Assistant Muneebah Jasat gives a guided tour of her lab at the Manchester Royal Infirmary.

News

  • Tech news: September

    This month's top tech news stories

  • Precise isolation of circulating tumour cells

    A novel hydrodynamic structure has been proposed to achieve one-step and label-free isolation of circulating tumour cells (CTCs) and cell-leukocyte fusion cells (CFCs) from whole blood.

  • Non-invasive imaging

    Scientists have identified visual changes in the bone marrow caused by acute myeloid leukaemia. The imaging technique used is now being tested in hospitals to see if it could help predict whether different treatments will be effective in individual patients.

Science

Histopathology scientist training

Jo Horne and Chris Fisher give a nuts-and-bolts guide to the new Histopathology Scientist Training Programme.

The shadow of the pandemic: Redifining the workplace

Last autumn Specialist Scientific Lead Azuma Kalu wrote an article on pandemic pressures in the lab. A year on, he revisits the subject.

Surviving the arctic

From chewing on pine cones to hair lice walking on eyeballs, Stephen Mortlock looks back over the medical history of the frozen north.

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December tech news

Latest tech news for December.

November tech news

Latest tech news for November.

October tech news

Latest tech news for October.

Resources

 

Here to help: Indemnity insurance

Lynda Rigby, IBMS Executive Head of Marketing and Membership, with an insurance update.

Mapping your career

Podcaster Amelia Travers explains how and why she charts the careers of STEM professionals and showcases some of the maps she’s created. 

World leader in diagnostics

IBMS Chief Executive David Wells looks at a promising future for the profession and the support that is needed.

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