Photo: PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Greg Lucier on Jim Cramer’s Mad Money
Greg Lucier appeared on the Executive Decision segment of Mad Money with Jim Cramer on CNBC Dec. 9. During the wide-ranging interview, Lucier discussed the Personal Genome Machine by Ion Torrent, Life Technologies’ growth in Asia Pacific, and the company’s work in food safety. You can view the entire segment online at CNBC's website.Read More
Photo: PHOTO OF THE WEEK: MEET THE PGM
Meet the Personal Genome Machine - The PGM, from Ion Torrent, by Life Technologies as shown at TEDMED this morning.Read More
Photo: PHOTO OF THE WEEK: "Conviction", The Innocence Project and DNA Exoneration
Sam Rockwell and Hilary Swank with exonerees Scott Fappiano, Dewey Bozella, and Fernando Bermudez at the Innocence Project's benefit screening of the film "Conviction". Life Technologies is proud to have been a sponsor of the movie's premier and applauds the efforts of the Innocence Project and their use of DNA to exonerate those wrongly convicted of crimes. Read More
Photo: PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Inchinnan men run for their lives
Seventeen employees from Inchinnan have been honored by the Men’s Health Forum Scotland charity as the biggest donating team to take part in their 10k race earlier this year.
The "Men’s Health Forum 10k For Men Race" is the only race of it's kind that is organized for male participants and the 2010 event took place on Sunday 20 June in Glasgow. The employees fund-raising total of £820 were matched by the company, making their final total of £1640, the largest single donation of those to complete in the race. Read More
Blog: Supporting Science with the First National U.S. Science Festival
October will mark the United States’ first national science festival with the launch of the USA Science & Engineering Festival. Over a million attendees are expected to enjoy science-themed concerts, events, and hands-on science activities at the main festival in Washington, D.C., or satellite festivals in 20 other states.Read More
Photo: PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Scientific...Food?
To build excitement for the USA Science and Engineering Festival that kicks off on October 10th, the Life Technologies Foundation hosted a celebration on September 18th at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. The event featured a reception with edible creations by Chef José Andrés, an innovator in molecular gastronomy, and a performance by Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage, stars of the Discovery Channel's television show "Mythbusters."Read More
Blog: Can We Now Predict Diabetic Heart Disease?
Scientists believe they have identified a molecule that could help predict type 2 diabetes and identify those people with the condition that are most at risk of developing heart and circulatory disease.Read More
Blog: Students uncover science...from a bus?
The nonprofit Cell Motion Laboratories is running an interactive lab on wheels -- a 1976 transit bus stuffed with state-of-the-art scientific resources. The goal? Use this BioBus to allow students to experience science first-hand. Learn more about the BioBus and how Life Technologies' support is helping mold the scientists of tomorrow.Read More
Blog: High Specificity Meets Sustainability: TaqMan® Genomic Assays now ship without coolers and dry ice
Our customers want quality, high-performing products. We want to enable Life Science discovery with innovative, transforming technologies. And we all want to minimize our environmental impact.Read More
Blog: Making Big Strides Toward a Smaller Footprint
Reduce, reuse, and recycle—three basic principles that help guide responsible actions toward our environment. These principles are as relevant today as ever, and at Life Technologies, we put them to work at all levels of our business operations. However, with the serious environmental threats we now face, reaching toward a state of genuine sustainability will challenge us to step outside our comfort zone in search of truly innovative ways to lessen our impact.Read More