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Translating Life Sciences Innovation

The 2017 SLAS Technology Ten: Translating Life Sciences Innovation

The February 2017 issue of SLAS Technology introduces a new annual feature that honors groundbreaking achievements in translating life sciences innovation. The first SLAS Technology Ten celebrates the best of the great work published in this journal throughout the previous year. The collection represents authors and achievements from nine countries – China, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and USA.

“From being able to move liquid with sound to dispense primary cells and DNA to microfluidic-based immunoassays, the 2017 SLAS Technology Ten illustrate the ingenuity that is improving how patients are diagnosed and treated,” says SLAS Technology Editor-in-Chief Edward Kai-Hua Chow, Ph.D., of National University of Singapore. “In this past year, we have had the opportunity to report on how 3D printing can empower researchers to rapidly develop the tools to impact a wide range of applications, including regenerative medicine and diagnostic assay development. This year’s highlighted papers also continue to push the envelope of what is possible with automation, integrating new functions into high-throughput sample preparation and screening to further drive efficiencies in research.”

SLAS is proud and appreciative that the authors of the 2017 SLAS Technology Ten chose to share their outstanding work with this journal, contributing to its value as a hallmark and ever-evolving resource for translating life sciences innovation.

Listen to the SLAS Technology Podcast with Editor-in-Chief Edward Kai-Hua Chow


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January 26, 2017