The Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening announced the winners of its annual New Product Awards at the SLAS Europe Conference and Exhibition held in Barcelona, Spain.
In a just-released SLAS Technology auto-commentary, “Peripheral Focused Ultrasound Stimulation (pFUS): New Competitor in Pharmaceutical Markets?” lead researchers on a recent study on noninvasive sub-organ ultrasound stimulation published in Nature Communications, highlight their use of focused ultrasound stimulation within peripheral organs to activate autonomic nerve circuits for its potential therapeutic effects.
In July’s SLAS Discovery feature article Tijmen H. Booij, Ph.D., Screening Specialist for NEXUS Personalized Health Technologies (Switzerland), discusses the switch from using 2D to 3D cell cultures in drug discovery to more accurately mimic human physiological conditions and improve the success rates of drugs in the early stages of preclinical drug discovery.
The Society for Laboratory Automation (SLAS) (Oak Brook, IL) and One Nucleus (London, UK) have teamed up to provide greater knowledge-sharing and connectivity opportunities to their members by collaborating on several in-person and online educational initiatives.
The recognition is part of the IUPAC’s 100th anniversary celebration and honors a diverse group of 118 outstanding younger chemists from around the world who embody the mission and core values of IUPAC including fostering worldwide communications in the chemical sciences and in uniting academic, industrial and public sector chemistry in a common language.
The June issue of SLAS Technology features the article, “Next Generation Compound Delivery to Support Miniaturized Biology,” which focuses on the challenges of changing the established screening paradigm to support the needs of modern drug discovery. The article also leads this special collection on The Science of Sample Management: Enabling Discovery from Bench to Clinic, based on content from SLAS 2018 Americas Sample Management Symposium.
The latest SLAS Discovery issue features the cover article, “A Perspective on Extreme Open Science: Companies Sharing Compounds without Restriction” by Timothy M. Willson, Ph.D., (University of North Carolina and Structural Genomics Consortium), is now accessible through June 20.
SLAS is pleased to announce the hiring of Christine Diedrich to the role of Publishing Manager. Diedrich will oversee all aspects of publishing for both SLAS’s peer-reviewed journals, SLAS Discovery and SLAS Technology, including planning, budgeting and operations.
The 2018 SLAS International Conference and Exhibition has been recognized by Trade Show Executive Magazine as a recipient of its annual “Fastest 50” and “Next Fastest 50” Awards.
SLAS is honored to announce Carine Nemr, Ph.D. candidate from the University of Toronto (Canada), as the 2019 SLAS Graduate Education Fellowship Grant recipient. This is the fourth year the SLAS grant has been awarded and Nemr is the first recipient from Canada.
The April edition of SLAS Technology features a special collection of articles prepared by biomedical and chemical engineering students at the University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA, USA) that illustrate the growing use of nucleic acids for gene augmentation.
The April cover article of SLAS Discovery features “Addressing Antimicrobial Resistance through New Medicinal and Synthetic Chemistry Strategies,” by Monika I. Konaklieva, Ph.D., an online ahead-of-print article first published in December 2018.
In a new SLAS Technology auto-commentary the authors of “Analytical Measurements and Efficient Process Generation Using a Dual-Arm Robot Equipped with Electronic Pipettes,” highlight and discuss the main findings of their novel integration of electronic piston pipettes into an automation system using a dual-arm robot to perform liquid handling tasks similar to human operators.
The SLAS Discovery and SLAS Technology editors and editorial boards, in partnership with SAGE Publishing, announced their annual achievement award winners at a special reception at the SLAS 2019 International Conference and Exhibition earlier this month.
A full list of this year's SLAS2019 science and technology award winners is now available. Each year SLAS recognizes several award winners who represent the best of the Society's programs and mission. This year, eight awards and $15,000 in cash were given out.
SLAS recognized Cristian Soitu, M.Eng. and Ph.D. Candidate at University of Oxford, with the SLAS Innovation Award at SLAS2019 International Conference and Exhibition in Washington, DC. Soitu received the award as recognition of his exceptional podium presentation on Microfluidic Chambers Using Fluid Walls for Cell Biology.
Three New Product Award winners were announced on Tuesday, February 5, at a special press conference held at the SLAS International Conference and Exhibition in Washington, DC.
A new review by researchers from the University of Calabria (Italy) explores OCTNs, a small but intriguing group of transporters that are opening new frontiers in drug design research for improving drug delivery and predicting drug-drug interactions.
The SLAS Technology Ten annually showcases ten individual articles that stand out as the most innovative scientific achievements published in SLAS Technology in the past 12 months.
A new collection of reviews and original research articles in SLAS Technology illustrate how new technologies and advanced cell culture are accelerating basic research, drug discovery and drug development.
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