Nov 21, 2016
Author Alison Obergrussberger of Nanion Technologies in Munich, Germany, discusses a planar patch clamp system with modular design capable of recording up to 384 cells simultaneously, and explains how the module can be incorporated into different state-of-the-art pipetting robots for seamless integration into...
Sep 20, 2016
Author Aman Russom of the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, talks with JALA Podcasts Editor David Pechter about a point-of-care microfluidic device that combines sample preparation methods to perform sample-to-result analysis of large-volume (20 mL) biopsy model samples with staining of...
Jul 15, 2016
Despite the hype and headlines, 3D printing truly is a paradigm shift in how life sciences research can be conducted. The August 2016 issue of JALA presents a special collection of manuscripts devoted to this timely topic. Learn more from collection organizers Jay Gill and Alden Hart.
May 20, 2016
|Centrifugal microfluidics has experienced much growth in recent years, especially in applications such as lab-on-a-disc (LoD) diagnostics. The strength of LoD systems lies in their potential for development into integrated sample-to-answer analysis systems. Author Ling X. Kong talks about her review of...|
Mar 21, 2016
|This special issue of JALA focuses on advancements that integrate automation and high-throughput into traditional and emerging imaging applications, including “Fully Automated One-Step Production of Functional 3D Tumor Spheroids for High-Content Screening.” Learn from the authors of this original research...|