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QIAGEN and Natera Partner to Develop Cutting-Edge Genetic Testing Assays

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QIAGEN N.V. and Natera, Inc., announced a partnership to develop cutting-edge cell-free DNA assays for use on QIAGEN’s GeneReader NGS System.

These cell-free DNA assays will now be developed for use on the GeneReader NGS System, the first fully integrated Sample to Insight NGS solution, and designed to enable these type of tests, including prenatal screening, for hospitals and laboratories globally. 267 more words


Growing Old, Can We Avoid Alzheimer?

When we are growing up, we equip ourselves with knowledge by studying in college and university or take some courses. Our goal in the end is to get a good and stable job or maybe become famous for inventing something new to the world, or becomes famous for a particular talent like singers, actresses, etc. 657 more words

Self Improvement Articles

This blood this blood this blood      this blood is a cure all, if only we gave it a chance. This blood could be more than moving

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The Sap is Flowing!

This year we are lucky to have a great Upper School student leader who took charge of continuing the maple sugaring club in Upper School. This group’s work began in the Fall and will continue through the entire school year. 328 more words


Trends that will shape Supply Chain and Logistics in 2017

Trends that will shape Supply Chain and Logistics in 2017 is an interesting topic to think about. Though most of the trends are a takeoff from the previous years, unless something really disrupting happens out of the blue at some point of time in the year; the signals are strong that the trends that emerged in the previous few years are set to solidify and get reinforced. 473 more words


LifeSciences/Pharma Sales Professional Interview

Please tell us about yourself. How did you end up in such an offbeat, unconventional and interesting career?

Girish received his Ph.D. from the Department of LMP (Laboratory, Medicine & Pathology) at University of Toronto in Clinical Biochemistry, investigating biomarkers for early detection of prostate cancer. 874 more words


Shinya Yamanaka

Shinya Yamanaka is a Japanese researcher who won the Nobel Prize in medicine for generating induced pluripotent stem cells from adult mouse fibroblasts.

  • Middle School: Life Science (Growth, Development, and Reproduction of Organisms)
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