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March 1, 2019
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Evolva stands for a world where there is less sugar in your food, you and your family are safe from biting ticks, and your cat lives longer—and that’s just for starters.
Infographic | April 7, 2020
As part of our In Focus on RNA sequencing for cancer research, we put together an infographic to provide top tips on the preparation of RNA sequencing libraries, the best metrics to use when analyzing your libraries and suggestions for efficient and effective kits for the preparation of each library type.
Infographic | December 1, 2019
Discovering a new type of subnuclear body taught me how pursuing the unexpected can lead to new insights—in this case, about long noncoding RNAs and liquid-liquid phase separation in cells.
Infographic | April 13, 2020
Near the turn of the millennium, James Collins and Stanislas Leibler independently undertook rather similar projects: design what would become synthetic biology’s seminal genetic circuits. And they came up with strikingly similar action plans—use E. coli to pair promoters with repressors that control one another’s behavior.
Infographic | August 5, 2021
Europe continues to be a powerhouse of science and innovation. The region maintains a clear lead over China, the United States, and the rest of the world in terms of the quality and quantity of its science. For example, Europe is home to 43 of the global top 100 life-science universities, while the United States has 34. Europe is a powerhouse in scientific publishing as well, with roughly twice the output of the United States and three times that of China.Europe also leads in terms of quality, as measured by the number of citations for its publications. More than 40,000 biotech patents have been granted in Europe since 2015, although the region’s 3 percent CAGR in patent approvals between 2015 and 2019 lagged behind that of the United States (4 percent) and was a fraction of China’s (14 percent).Despite Europe’s strength in science and innovation, translation remains the biggest challenge. Translation of science into companies is stagnant. The distribution of newly funded biotechs remains unchanged across geographies over the last six years, and Europe accounts for only 25 percent of new biotechs. Future success will depend on improving the translation of research into new companies, raising more capital, and building entrepreneurial talent.
Infographic | April 16, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has swept the globe, yet many people still do not understand how it affects the body. This infographic shows the events that occur following SARS-CoV-2 infection
Infographic | August 23, 2021
As per the study, the global Bioinformatics market was valued at $3.4 billion in 2013, and it is expected to reach $12.8 billion by 2020. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 21.2% during 2014-2020
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