October tech news

Latest tech news for October.

Aggression is the norm

Society is squinting through a lens of scepticism and looking for ulterior motives, writes the IBMS’ Sarah May. 



October journal-based learning exercises

Please select your choice of correct answers and complete the exercises online at: www.ibms.org/cpd/jbl

Here to Help: Higher Specialist Diplomas

The first of two articles in which Chris Ward, the IBMS’ Head of Examinations, outlines the latest developments around Higher Specialist Diplomas.

My Lab: major trauma centre

Rizwan Shakir gives a guided tour of his laboratory at the Royal Preston Hospital.

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Point-of-care solutions for quick detection of influenza

Winter flu outbreaks inevitably see patient numbers increasing in hospital emergency departments every year, leaving many trusts searching for efficient solutions to quickly and accurately diagnose and direct patients with influenza-like symptoms. 

Helping hands: automating liquid handling for improved reproducibility

For today’s fast-paced laboratories, there is a need to operate at a fever pitch, adopting a combination of both low- and highthroughput assays to keep up with the demand – whether an enthusiastic PI, a grant deadline, or the race to publish first.


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