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Key Trend at the 2023 Laboratory Design Conference: Converting Existing Spaces into First-Class Lab Facilities
Find out the key trends from the conference: converting, repurposing, and renovating existing spaces into first-class laboratory facilities.
What do Disappointing NAEP Test Scores Tell Us About Challenges Facing Teachers and Students
Learn more about what recommendations educators on an SXSW EDU panel have for overcoming the “Unfinished Learning” gap created by Covid.
Replicating the Colors of Nature in the Laboratory
Find out more about the new structural color materials that offer a more ecologically friendly alternative to traditional pigments.
Will the New Anti-Malaria Vaccine Campaigns in Africa Stop the Spread of the Disease?
We look at the science behind the newly approved Oxford University R21/Matrix-M vaccine, which can prevent over 75% of new malaria infections.
Can We Win the War Against Drug-Resistant Fungal Infections?
Find out more about the interaction between the number of fungal outbreaks and the antifungal treatments in development to control them.
Will Healthcare Be Blindsided by the Return of Ancient Pathogens?
Find out about consequences for human, plant, and animal health as ancient bacteria and virus pathogens are released into the environment.
Is Green Timing the Smart Grid Technology We Need?
Find out how smart connected devices can help manufacturing companies make the most of green energy sources such as wind and solar.
EPA Proposes New PFAS Water Testing Regulations
Find out how the EPA plans to regulate PFAS contamination in drinking water, and bring water utility systems into compliance.
How to Get Ready for a Successful “Renovation Season” at your School or University
Read more to find out how to ensure that your classroom, common areas, and school laboratory renovation projects are successful.
Nvidia GTC Developer Conference Foretells a Future Powered by Artificial Intelligence
We take a look at the future of AI and the central role that Nvidia has staked out for its future growth plans.
Will Lower-Cost Genomic Sequencing Machines Help Make Personalized Medicine a Reality?
Find out how reduced costs could expand the use of genomic sequencing in research and clinical testing laboratories.
Do You Believe in the “Right to Repair”?
The Right to Repair has become a flash point between manufacturers and consumers, arguing that independent mechanics can't make repairs to products they own.
Cart T-Cell Therapy Offers New Hope for Treating Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) Patients
New advances in CAR T-cell treatment have demonstrated a successful approach for long-term remission of lupus –or even a permanent cure.
7 Things that Cruise Ships Can Teach the Hospitality Industry
The cruise ship industry is hitting all the right notes in hospitality at the moment. Find out more in this article!
New Advances in Veterinary Vaccine Development and Disease Control
Find out about the exciting new research and development advances in the field of veterinary science and disease control.
What’s the “New Normal” for Cargo Shipping Logistics in 2023?
With cargo import volumes dropping at the end of 2022, find out what we can expect to happen across the cargo logistics market in 2023.
The Laboratory Science Behind Hormonal Weight Loss Drugs Used for Diabetes Patients
Find out how Liraglutide and Semaglutide drugs work, and how they have evolved to address diabetes and weight management.
Does Lecanemab Mark a Turning Point in Alzheimer’s Treatment?
The FDA has approved a new Alzheimer’s Disease therapy - Lecanemab. Find out more in this Formaspace Laboratory report.
How Science and Politics is Responding to the Opioid Epidemic
As the number of deaths from overdoses of synthetic opioids skyrockets, find out more about effective emergency Opioid antidote.
Covid Marks a Return with Omicron Variant XBB.1.5
Take an in-depth look at the genetic lineage of the highly infectious new Covid variant, XBB.1.5, in this Formaspace laboratory report.