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Curiosity is Driving Technology and Vice Versa

Curiosity is the primary driver of science. But developing natural curiosity into scientific thinking and motivation to uncover the endless wonders of nature is a difficult task. The Information Techn...

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Accelerating into Pharma 4.0 in the 'Never Normal'

Our world today is anything but normal. In fact, leaders and futurists consider this world the “never normal,” in that everything will always be in flux and what is normal will constantly be redefined...

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Leading the Way to Learning

Life is a beautiful continuity no matter what obstacles it throws at us, we keep going. Science keeps evolving and we find innovative solutions to everyday challenges through those smaller or larger s...

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Mass Spec Goes Mainstream

High-performance biopharmaceutical characterization for everyone!I’ve just recently celebrated five years in my current role here at Thermo Fisher Scientific. Wow, where did those years go? I love wha...

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The missing link!

The normal tendency for any analyst is to stay in their comfort zone with HPLC techniques. Sometimes this works, but often not! I see reverse-phase columns forced into application areas which they are...

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New Year, New Ideas for Scientists Who Make Medicines

In a world of endless emails and webinar fatigue it sometimes feels difficult to navigate information and find ideas that can truly impact your day-to-day work. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a cen...

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Developing Analytics to Move Gene Therapy Forward

With hundreds of gene therapy clinical trials ongoing and about a dozen gene therapy products already on the market, we must provide scientists with the tools needed to characterize this new generatio...

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Piecing Together the Peptide Puzzle

The Importance of Peptide MappingPeptide mapping is a critical analytical workflow in biotherapeutic characterization. It is the most frequently used analytical method that provides information for th...

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Atlas. Alas, the end is nigh at last.

For anyone who used Thermo Scientific™ Atlas™ Chromatography Data System (CDS) over the past couple of decades, I am sure it holds a special place in your heart, just as it does for us. Atlas software...

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Sample handling made easy!

Do you feel like there’s never enough time in the workday? If that’s the case, there are ways to reduce your stress with Thermo Fisher Scientific’s easy-to-use, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (E...

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Nine Ways to Advance BioPharma in 2020

It’s an exciting time in biopharmaceuticals. We are seeing success in immunotherapy-based approaches, new biopharmaceuticals have come to market, increasing approvals for the biosimilars, and an exhil...

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The Day the Clinical Trial Stood Still

Well over a decade ago I was sitting in a weekly project meeting, eagerly awaiting my workload for the week. I was a keen bioananalyst, only a couple of years into my role, learning to produce good qu...

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Consistency and Reliability Are Key to Trusted Quality

Eating food is necessary to keep ourselves healthy and alive. Making food at home offers the choice to choose the ingredients and components to achieve a result we want; we can follow recipes or we ca...

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5 Ways to Become a Biopharma MAM Master

More Than MonitoringThe Multi-Attribute Method (MAM) for structural confirmation of protein therapeutics involves a targeted search of peptide mapping data using advanced, GMP compliance-ready softwar...

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