A ‘Cloud First’ Lab Environment
A set of operational rules that favor “cloud
first” or “Io T-enabled” can put a lab on the
right track toward process automation.
November 2017 Vol. 7 No. 4 LaboratoryEquipment.com
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Electron Microscopes Belong
on the Moon
The ideal environment for an electron
microscope is the moon—far away from all
disruptions. Since that’s not plausible, design
considerations need to be made to house
these powerful instruments.
OUTLOOK ON INSTRUMENTATION
Connecting the World of Science, One
Donation at a Time
Scientists all across the world are
conducting critically important research, but
some do so at a distinct disadvantage: they
don’t have the proper laboratory equipment.
Use Calorimetry to Tackle Antibiotic
Calorimetry-based cell monitoring is
uniquely suited to the development of novel
antibiotics, as a consequence of the speed,
sensitivity and novel insights it generates.
Scientist in the Spotlight:
The Art of Editing RNA
Arthur Levin is a pioneer in oligonucleotide
therapeutics and the evolution of RNA
therapeutics. He details the recent
advancements made in RNA editing, and
what the future holds.
TOP 10 Articles of 2017
The editors of LabOutlook look back at an
exciting year and recap the readers’ favorite
articles published in 2017.
INDEX Unlocking Your Phone With
While it may sound like something out of
science fiction, engineers are working on
sensors that can authenticate based on
the wavelength of a heartbeat.
OUTLOOK ON LAB DESIGN
OUTLOOK ON CYBERSECURITY