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December tech news

Latest tech news for December.

Slide scanner

The new Olympus SLIDEVIEW VS200 slide scanner captures high-quality virtual slide images and offers flexibility to empower advanced quantitative image analysis for brain, cancer and stem cell research, as well as drug discovery. Simple to use, its intuitive workflows enable users to start scanning a slide in as few as two clicks.

By employing Olympus X Line objectives, users obtain flatter images with a wider field of view.  


Lytix Biopharma, a Norwegian clinical-stage immunoncology company, has announced a clinical collaboration with the US-based company Iovance Biotherapeutics – a late-stage biotechnology company developing novel cancer immunotherapies based on tumour infiltrating lymphocyte technology. 

It will evaluate Lytix’s first-in-class oncolytic peptide, LTX-315, in combination with Iovance’s autologous ready-to-infuse T-cell therapy. The collaboration is non-exclusive and both parties will maintain ownership of their own assets.

Protein Interaction 

Fluidic Analytics, a pioneer in protein analysis and the company behind in-solution diffusional sizing, is inviting scientists to participate in a competition for a chance to use the new Fluidity One-W to investigate a protein interaction of their choice.

This latest instrument from Fluidic Analytics was launched in November at the PEGS Europe Protein and Antibody Engineering Summit in Lisbon, Portugal. The winning researcher will receive a three-month instrument placement, as well as consumables and training to help study their proposed protein interaction with this groundbreaking new technique.  

For details and to enter, outline your proposed study at


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