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Tech news: June

This month's top tech news stories

Here to help: The law of the vital few

Alan Wainwright, IBMS Executive Head of Education, on the Specialist Portfolio Examiner shortage.

My lab: The donor testing lab

Biomedical Scientist Kristopher Kelly gives a guided tour of the donor testing laboratory at the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service.

A new era

Sarah May, Deputy Chief Executive of the IBMS, welcomes the new Chief Executive to the Institute.

My lab: The laboratory that adapted

Biomedical scientist Caroline Fillmore gives a guided tour of her laboratory at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast.

Here to help: Science council professional awards

Christian Burt, Professional Support Services Manager at the IBMS, on the benefits of professional registration.

Perceptions of risk

Sarah May, Deputy Chief Executive of the IBMS, on vaccine hesitancy and risk aversion.

Meet your new chief executive

David Wells brings a wealth of pathology experience and expertise to this vital post for the profession.

Rethink the lateral flow test roll-out?

Professor Iain Buchan argues that lateral flow tests have been misunderstood and are a useful tool in the fight against COVID-19.

The big question: What are the most positive things to come out if the pandemic for you?

This month we ask “What are the most positive things to come out of the pandemic for you?”

My lab: Flexible and resilient

Patrick Simms, a Senior Biomedical Scientist in Biochemistry, gives a guided tour of the pathology labs in Weston.

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