Blog: Vector vs. Viral RNAi Delivery

Choosing RNAi Delivery Methods

In Vitro or In Vivo? - Although employing RNAi vector systems can be slightly more involved than using synthetic RNAi reagents, the flexibility of the vector based systems is compelling for many RNAi researchers conducting both in vitro and in vivo experiments.Read More

Date Posted: 05/08/12

Blog: Unique Contest at 2012 ISSCR Annual Meeting

Things to do in Yokohama, Japan

Life Technologies will be Sponsoring - a unique and fun contest at the ISSCR (International Society for Stem Cell Research) 2012 Annual Meeting in Japan. Contestants can enter for a chance to win...Read More

Date Posted: 05/31/12

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

Date Posted: 09/17/10

Video: New Video: Advances in Stem Cell Research

The Cost of Variability in iPS Cell Culture

New Video - In this short video, Dr Nuwaysir discusses the current challenges in iPS cell research, reproducibility and how variability in cell culture media is...Read More

Date Posted: 06/26/12

Blog: How SNL Opened My Eyes to the World of Cancer

When I was young, Gilda Radner was one of my favorite comedians on Saturday Night Live (SNL). She seemed to live life to the fullest and made it cool to be a funny woman. When she died in 1989 at age 42, it was the first time I took notice of ovarian cancer and thought “what an insidious disease.”Read More

Date Posted: 08/22/13

Blog: Of Planes, Puzzles and Empowerment

Life Technologies is proud to be supporting these important conversations and creating a sustained dialogue among all of biotechnology’s global stakeholders. And through our partnership with Scientific American, we are thrilled to bring you “Empowering Science,” a new series in which we will explore key issues, challenges, and arenas of excitement within today’s rich and fertile life
sciences landscape.Read More

Date Posted: 07/30/13