Guided by a desire to develop efficient research strategies, these winning scholars introduce innovative ideas for life sciences research.
A short course, a career guide, a snapshot of research advancements – sometimes offering all three in a single episode, the SLAS journals’ podcasts provide a great starting point to navigate the scientific breakthroughs found in SLAS Discovery and SLAS Technology.
Efficient and affordable are not terms frequently associated with conducting large-scale transcriptional profiling research. 2022 SLAS Graduate Education Fellowship Grant recipient Benjamin David plans to fine tune the process to help the life sciences find new ways to explore combinatorial spaces within the genome.
Emma Chory, Ph.D., gives directed evolution a robust, data-responsive boost with her high-throughput, automated platform, Pyhamilton. Her work empowers existing hardware for new applications that range from biomanufacturing to fundamental biology.
A new perspective, an innovative technology, an intriguing technique – SLAS2022 participants discovered a wealth of ideas at the international conference and exhibition recently held in Boston, MA, USA. SLAS Electronic Laboratory Neighborhood shares their inspiring words.
It's time for the annual welcome to three new talented and exceptional members of the SLAS Board of Directors: Coleman Murray, Ph.D., Kimberly (Kim) Titus and Jonathan Wingfield, Ph.D. Effective January 2022, they join six current SLAS Board members to execute SLAS's vision to be a life sciences discovery and technology transforming society and its mission to catalyze multidisciplinary innovations in life sciences. Murray, Titus and Wingfield are in on the ground floor of delivering exceptional value utilizing the SLAS Strategic Plan 2022-2026.