Arts and Culture
More from Google
Add by RSS Feed
Get the Android app
Get the iOS app
New Matter: Inside the Minds of SLAS Scientists
Join SLAS Scientific Director Marshall Brennan as he explores advances in automation, cellular imaging, Big Data, and what's coming in the spaces between traditional scientific disciplines.
3 days ago
Better Tools to Improve Science
Solentim is a SLAS2021 New Product Award Winner for ICON and they loaned us Duncan Borthwick today to tell us how they are dedicated to listening to scientists to make better tools to improve science. Duncan shares how this quality assurance product company works on improving therapeutics by reducing variability.
Feb 15, 2021
Fascinated by life
At SLAS2021 Sisi Chen (Caltech) was awarded the SLAS Innovation Award, honoring research that proved to be exceedingly innovative. In this episode of New Matter, Sisi talks more about her research in defining the breadth and specificity of drug response in heterogeneous immune cell populations. Sisi shares more about her passions, her research, and her primordial early life bioengineering manifesto.
Feb 8, 2021
Think Science in Management
Julio Martin , a “playmaker scientist” with over 30 years of experience working in the pharmaceutical industry, shares his vision on better management of scientific organizations and labs. He emphasizes the need to create new patterns of order at the edge of chaos and relationships that are not top down. His blog, Sciengement Lab, is a great space for the exchange of ideas and scientific knowledge in management. Make sure to check it out!
Feb 1, 2021
Face to Face Direction
Advising. Visiting. Troubleshooting. Those are the keywords that describe Constanza Curotto's (Corning) day to day work. She joins Marshall and guest host* *Marc Bickle (Max Planck Dresden) to discuss her winding road from Chile all the way to Amsterdam. She decided early on that she wanted to shift from hands on science to the business side of things. Since the forced incubation period that has come out of the current pandemic, Costanza and her colleagues are teaching themselves to be tech superstars in order to get valuable face to face interaction.
Jan 25, 2021
Thinking Like a Computer
Dhash Shrivathsa drills down into what they do at Radix Labs. In response to the SLAS challenge he came up with Operating systems for biology labs, we cook software drugs. He talks about how Radix started off with a joke that went too far and evolved into making software for not software people. Learn about their new approach to the tools you already have and the philosophy of software. His philosophy is that one of the best skills in life is thinking like a computer. Check out Dhash's article about an operating system for the biology lab in Nature.
Jan 18, 2021
Helping Scientists Do More
Marshall chats with *Mike Tarselli* about his birth on a planet far, far away to his rise as Chief Scientific Officer at TetraScience (a SLAS2021 Innovation AveNEW company). Mike discusses his winding journey starting as a pre-med major and eventually careening to his final path - a Ph.D. in Chemistry and the battle scars accumulated from the arduous path to completion. And then hitting the Great Recession! Mike shares his thoughts on the challenge of “Big Data” in life science R&D, from data generation, management, all the way to visualization, and what organizations at the forefront of discovery seek to gain from implementing holistic approaches to data automation. TetraScience, and the Tetra R&D Data Cloud, covers the full lifecycle of R&D data: from acquisition to harmonization, engineering, and downstream analysis with native support for state-of-the-art data science tools.
Jan 11, 2021
Good Role Models
In this second interview with new SLAS Scientific Director Marshall Brennan, he explores with guest host Karlton Moore (Artel) where he came from before he joined SLAS. Don't skip ahead to the end, but you'll get to hear who Marshall is fanboying over at SLAS.
Jan 4, 2021
Vicki welcomes Marshall Brennan, the new SLAS Scientific Director. Marshall will be the new host of New Matter, and we get some good insight into what he hopes to achieve at SLAS.
Dec 14, 2020
More About Our World
Manuela Beil-Peter (Analytik Jena AG) didn't choose her career, it kind of evolved from her first love; languages. Hear how this SLAS board member hopes to help the community connect more and emphasize the journey of science and technology moving forward together.
Dec 11, 2020
Mel Leveridge (GSK) shares her deep passion for biology and biochemistry with guest host Mario Richter (AbbVie). Listen to her extraordinary experience leading the establishment of a COVID19 testing center at Cambridge UK last year as part of the collaboration between GSK, AstraZeneca and the University of Cambridge, and her dedication to delivering science and technology to discover new medicines. Take a page from Mel's book and apply your love of science to something tangible and positive.
Dec 8, 2020
Being a (Science) Cheerleader
New SLAS Board Member Jan Lichtenberg join us this week to talk about the importance of communication and more to being successful in science. He walks us through the roller coaster ride that was developing his start up, InSphero, and one of their most exciting movements. What is it like rowing in the same boat as a bigger pharmaceutical company? Listen and find out!
Nov 19, 2020
A Natural Aptitude
Rising SLAS Board Member Jonathan O'Connell is passionate about the future of SLAS. He talks with guest host Karlton Moore (from Artel) about his career path and how certain choices shaped his future. Hear about his new company, Valo Health, which has just come out of stealth mode and is leveraging compute, AI and data to transform the drug discovery and development process; after all, the beauty of AI is that it can think multidimensional. Learn about how Jonathan created a career that combines his passion for science with his great interest in the power of technology, and what his dream car is. Warning: Man City fans- he's a Man U supporter!
Nov 16, 2020
Between a Rock and a 3D Place
What are the best ways to apply 3D organoid models and get the answers to what you need in the simplest way possible? Hilary Sherman (Corning) can tell you! She and guest host Annika Jenmalm Jensen (Karolinska Institutet) dip into different fields of research and the advantages to always getting to learn something new. Hear how she moved from a career in marine biology to cellular biology and how trying new things can often lead to a career path you never thought of. And when Hilary's not diving deep into different fields of research for Corning, you can be sure to find her pursuing her passion of rock climbing wherever she can.
Nov 9, 2020
In this week's episode, guest host Andrew Napper, Vice President, Discovery Sciences at Evotec joins Zack Gurard-Levin Chief Scientific Officer at SAMDI Tech, Inc. Andrew and Zack discuss how high school chemistry sparked his interest in science and his work with SAMDI Tech helping companies solve challenging problems, and opening up avenues for networking and collaboration. Learn about what one of the best decisions of Zack’s life was and how to follow your passions and pursue what makes you happy in science.
Nov 2, 2020
Being the Lever
Join special guest host Dr. Colin Cox (King of the Robots) and Dr. Lauren Shields as they discuss what is important to think about in terms of organic team building, how to persevere and focus in the field of science, and the pro-bono COVID projects Benchling is working on. Along the way learn about her start in science at a very young age and her amazing personal growth in the field since, as well how to have fun in the Bay area, especially when avoiding wildfires. Check out the blog post from Benchling here!
Oct 26, 2020
Robots never tire, and neither do we. Learn from Biosero CTO David Dambman about how a passion for software, repeatability, and impact on world health problems - plus side paths in radar and guitar equipment - led him to construct the Green Button Go™ Automation Scheduling Software integration layer atop the company's lab automation. We touch on how to make use of tight lab space, where the Cloud actually lives, and what David would do with a magic box to solve diagnostic problems. Push to start!
Oct 19, 2020
The Whole Immune Shebang
If being scientifically "bilingual" is important for today's careers, Imran Haque is a master linguist - he speaks data science, immunology, chemistry, and relates it all with a smile and enthusiasm. Join Mike and Imran as they discuss COVID-19 cytokine storms, GIGO, "unshackling" scientists by teaching them scripting languages, and how a cartoon genetics book influenced his amazing career.
Oct 12, 2020
Notes From the Middle of the Night
Professor Shaghayegh Harbi has been listening to lectures since she was in utero. She's been propelled forward by the need to shout from the rooftops about everything science: immune social networking, ethnically diverse transcriptomics, and her true central passion of teaching science to non-majors. Along the way, learn a bit about spotting trends, working in isolation, and being in the right places at correct times.
Oct 5, 2020
Keep the Bad Bugs Out
Have you ever worn a "personal fume hood" to do your lab work? If you're Lynn Rasmussen, and you're handling the worst viruses known to man, you would! Join Mike and Lynn as they discuss COVID, social distancing, the revelation of lab automation, and the biggest drug hunting organization you've never heard of - Southern Research (they've had 7 FDA-approved molecules!). Wear a mask and listen in.
Sep 28, 2020
You Just Have to Start
Join Merck's MJ Wildey - a 26-year member of our community - as she and Mike wax historic and celebrate SLAS's 10th anniversary. If you like to think of screening as an enabling science to open the doors to multiple disease treatments and new tech, this one's for you!
Sep 21, 2020
Pharma in the Desert
What happens when a linguist and a biomedical engineer partner up to teach computers how to "solve" drug discovery? What role do humans play once computers are calling the shots? Can a biotech community grow up around Salt Lake City? Drs. Lina Nilsson and Katherine Matsumoto join Mike to answer these questions and encourage you to get involved with their (free!) data sets to do your own modeling at rxrx.ai.
Sep 14, 2020
Fleets of Robots
A chance encounter with an ancient liquid handler in a dusty corner was all it took to propel Dr. Colin Cox into a life of robot wrangling. Join Colin and Mike as they discuss synthetic genes, reduction of "art" to "practice," being connected in the times of COVID-19, and why you should never binge-watch the Wizard of Oz. Millions of data points....without a team of 40. One man and a robot can rule the (biotech) world.
Sep 7, 2020
Listen to Scientists
SLAS Board President Emilio Diez-Monedero is on his third act of an amazingly impactful career - as a molecular biologist in academia, as an automation leader in pharmaceuticals, and now as a consultant and investor in small-stage rare disease companies. Join Mike and Emilio as they discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the scientific enterprise, how all jobs are global jobs, and which moments of professional inspiration led Emilio to his current calling. And, of course, how SLAS and its precursor organizations have been present throughout the myriad changes in life sciences over the past 26 years.
Aug 31, 2020
Lots of Wheels and Motors
Building robots and inspiring other students to follow suit are among the chief passions that propelled BadgerBOTS Team 1306 to win the Wisconsin Regional 2020 FIRST Robotics Chairman's award. Join Mike and Chair Kevin Chang, finance whiz Max Roquitte, and CAD engineer Cal Rossman as they explain the inner workings of their 'bot, how FIRST helps kids get into STEM fields, and how SLAS can help get automation motivation up!
Aug 24, 2020
A Tinkerer's Approach
Synthetic Biology has exploded - MIT professor Jim Collins outlines just a few of the opportunities in diagnostics among those in energy, materials, and sustainability. Along the way, learn about his shock at discovering that freeze-dried cell-free extracts could be brought "back to life," the amazing group of collaborators that propelled him forward, and some...interesting...approaches to cholera diagnostics.
Aug 17, 2020
A New Job Title Every Day
Bioengineer? Teacher? Analytical chemist? Carine Nemr, the 2019 SLAS Graduate Education Fellowship winner, is all of these (and more!). Join us as we discuss lab training, microfluidics, antibiotic resistance, and how small the world really is....networking is key!
Aug 10, 2020
CRISPR is Eating the World
The discovery and application of different ways to edit genes has revolutionized how we understand biological systems. Mammoth Biosciences' CTO Dr. Janice Chen joins Mike to talk about how to launch a start-up, how to discover new CRISPR nucleases, and how to turn lab discoveries into products that benefit human health. You might also hear about riding in an Uber with a plate reader on your lap. Tune in!
Aug 4, 2020
Stronger for the Future
SLAS CEO Vicki Loise discusses with Mike how 2021 will look different - but better! - for our conferences, symposia, journals, eLearning, podcasts, and microcredentials. Get ready to engage with us on many more levels as we storm into '21.
Jul 27, 2020
Jurassic Park Culture and Dirty Sinks
If you need a crash course in synthetic biology and the sheer joy of natural products discovery, look no further than Dr. Keith Robison of Ginkgo Bioworks and his blog Omics! Omics!. Mike and Keith cover the wacky world of biology, from finding bugs in oil reserves and sea slugs to the unexpected wealth of molecular diversity that emerges to treat human disease and even COVID-19. Careful listeners will hear about slime molds, dirty tubs, FK-506, and just how many computational cycles you can buy for $1. What color is that resistor, again? Join us!
Jul 20, 2020
Make Stuff Happen
Would you start from nothing, over and over? SLAS Board Member Peter Simpson has...twice! First as the founding CSO for Medicines Discovery Catapult, an innovation organization supporting biotech and pharma, and most recently as one of four leaders of the Lighthouse response effort to combat COVID-19. Learn how Peter displays resiliency, depends on the "non-sexy" transferable skills of screening and biomarkers, and pushes forward with a keen sense of humor and wit.
Jul 9, 2020
A Real-time Protein Traffic Report
Got biomarkers? Correlia can help! Join Mike and 2020 Ignite Award Winner Akwasi Apori, CEO & President of Correlia Biosystems, as they discuss how assay automation through microfludics can help in every phase of drug development. We'll touch upon launching companies from academic labs, the pride of watching a beta prototype sputter to life, what it's like to be on the floor at SLAS, surrounded by scientists and potential customers, and generating collaborative partners from unexpected places.
Jun 30, 2020
No Limitation in Your Imagination!
How do you find alien life on Earth? Can we automate all of chemistry and create a "Spotify" for synthesis? What should students be learning to adjust to the pandemic-influenced world? Join Mike and esteemed Prof. Lee Cronin to discuss all this...and maybe a little bit of Star Trek.
Jun 18, 2020
This one's a bit different - we're going to look at SLAS through the lens of someone helping to get start-ups off the ground in Europe. Severine Tamas-Lhoustou chats with Mike about her unique introduction to SLAS through the New Product Award, how new businesses are coping with COVID-19, and how she believes a strong scientific core is key to any successful venture. Allons-y!
Jun 16, 2020
Lab Robotics Jenga
Have you ever had the literal "light-bulb goes off" moment? Ira Hoffman has! Join him and Mike for a fun, free-wheeling conversation traveling from Burlington to North Wales to Los Alamos, from H1N1 to SARS-CoV-2, and everywhere in between. Learn how to conduct a 10-point-view remote FAT. Can you pick a favorite moment from SLAS? Neither could we.
Jun 15, 2020
Be Bold. Take Chances.
How do you go from an idea in grad school to a start-up? What types of chances and connections do you need to make to get it working? Join Mike and 490 BioTech founder Dan Close as they discuss opportunities, "breaking" assays, and the cool blue light of success.
Jun 1, 2020
Find Answers Faster
Ed Chow and Dean Ho are superstar SLAS leaders and volunteers. With their powers combined, they have deployed Identif.AI, an AI-powered platform to uncover non-obvious drug combinations to treat cancer, infectious diseases, and even to suggest new therapies against SARS-CoV-2 infection, mid-pandemic. Join us for an emotionally and intellectually intense journey through patient remissions, systems biology, and learning about innovation as a contact sport.
May 26, 2020
Right Place, Right Time
Ola Engkvist works in cheminformatics at AstraZenca Gothenburg. Listen in as Ola and Mike discuss the origins of chemistry machine learning, how to develop broad scientific interests, and revel in the amazing exponential data growth over the past decade.
May 20, 2020
Bon Anniversaire SLAS!
Celebrating 10 Years with SLAS2022 Conference co-Chair, Dr. Yohann Potier. Join Mike and Yohann as they discuss DNA storage, miniaturization, the interconnected science community, and how two chemists find themselves loving life sciences in their later careers.
May 11, 2020
Does Your Science fit in a Briefcase?
How do you pivot an academic lab in a single evening? Can you teach DNA to search for antibacterial and antiviral molecules? Tune in for some DELicious science with Prof. Brian Paegel of UC-Irvine.
May 4, 2020
From COVID to CANVASS with NIH's Matt Hall, Biology Group Lead, NCATS
How does remote lab work change during a pandemic? How can we facilitate open science while maintaining experimental rigor and reproducibility? How come chemists keep drifting into biology later in their careers? Join Matt Hall, Biology Group Lead at the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) intramural program at the U.S. National Institutes of Health as he and Mike discuss how screening and assay biology can be used to improve the world and address unmet medical need.
Apr 22, 2020
Delivering Tailored Therapies to Cancer Patients with Gregory Vladimer
Join Gregory Vladimer as he and Mike Tarselli discuss how his company, Allcyte, uses a combination of screening, image analysis, and deep learning models to deliver tailored therapies to cancer patients.
Apr 21, 2020
Ulri Lee- SLAS Graduate Education Fellow
Congratulations to Ulri Nicole Lee of the University of Washington, this year's SLAS Graduate Education Fellowship Grant award winner. Lee is the fifth winner of the grant and will receive $100,000 over two years to expand her research on the development of a device to collect and store samples for downstream analysis which will help researchers gain a better understanding of environmental exposures on human health.
Apr 21, 2020
Thi Mui Pham- 2020 SLAS Visiting Graduate Researcher
Thi Mui Pham of Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Center - Utrecht (Utrecht, Netherlands) has been named the 2020 SLAS Visiting Graduate Researcher Program Grant recipient.
Apr 13, 2020
SLAS Turns 10! Looking Back with Richard Eglen
Long time SLAS member and volunteer, Richard M. Eglen PhD, shared his experience of the origins of SLAS and its growth over the last ten years to where we are now.
Apr 12, 2020
SLAS2020 Innovation Award Winner: Joseph de Rutte
Innovation Award Winner Joseph de Rutte, University of California, Los Angeles is a Graduate Student Researcher in the Di Carlo Lab working on microparticle-based technologies for next generation diagnostics and therapeutics. He discusses how his research and presentation at SLAS2020 won him the SLAS Innovation Award. The most prestigious award of the conference, the SLAS Innovation Award, was given to Joseph De Rutte, M.S., (University of California Los Angeles, CA, USA) for his scientific podium presentation, “High-Throughput Encapsulation and Selection of Cells Based on Antibody Secretion Using Lab-on-a-Particle Technology.” The SLAS Innovation Award recognizes one exceptional and innovative podium presentation during the conference. The winning presentation exceeds a benchmark or milestone in screening or the lead discovery process or demonstrates an advanced and integrated use of mature technologies. The award includes a $10,000 cash prize disbursed after the winner submits a…
Apr 11, 2020
Iscaffpharma Highlights Technology & Innovation AveNEW Opportunity
Iscaffpharma CEO Per Setterberg shares how they are focusing on developing better treatments of aggressive cancers by providing 3D scaffolds mimicking human tumour environment as a platform for research and development.
Apr 10, 2020
SLAS2020 New Product Award Winner- V&P Scientific, Inc.
The New Product Award is given to companies showcasing new products that are commercially available within 90 days pre- and post-conference. Products are evaluated by a judging panel who look at a variety of qualifications before and at the conference. Winning products are granted use of the New Product Award designation for a year and the award is promoted through SLAS. V&P Scientific, Inc. (San Diego, CA, USA) won for SpinVessel.
Apr 9, 2020
SLAS2020 New Product Award Winner- Bioelectronica
The New Product Award is given to companies showcasing new products that are commercially available within 90 days pre- and post-conference. Products are evaluated by a judging panel who look at a variety of qualifications before and at the conference. Winning products are granted use of the New Product Award designation for a year and the award is promoted through SLAS. Bioelectronica (Reno, NV, USA) discuss its win with Hypercell.
Apr 8, 2020
Synthace's Experience with Innovation AveNEW
Each year SLAS invites and encourages start-ups and emerging life sciences and technology companies to apply for an exhibition kiosk located within Innovation AveNEW, a specially designated area within the Exhibition. In this podcast we talk with Synthace, one of the SLAS2020 Innovation AveNEW companies about their experience.
Apr 7, 2020
SLAS2020 Student Poster Competition Winners
The SLAS2020 Student Poster Competition Award winners were chosen out of more than 300 poster abstract submissions and were judged on various content and design themes. The SLAS Student Poster Award recognizes the innovative research by students, graduate students, post-doctoral associates and junior faculty (less than four years in first academic appointment) who are chosen to present a poster during the SLAS International Conference and Exhibition. This year’s winners are: *Choon Leng So, School of Pharmacy, The University of Queensland* A High-Throughput Assessment of Calcium Signaling in MDA-MB-231 Breast Cancer Cells Expressing the Genetically Encoded Calcium Indicator GCaMP6m and Cultured in Different Matrix Stiffness *Shingo Honda, The University of Tokyo* An Air-Sealed Multi-Dimensional (MD) Digital Assay for Detection of Inhibitor-Resistant Influenza Virus *Sunil Singh, University of Akron* A High-Throughput Organotypic Breast Tumor Model Elucidates Dynamic Remodeling of…
Apr 6, 2020
Hanging with the Alpha Knights Robotics Team from San Marcos High School
FIRST's mission is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills that inspire innovation and foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership. Hear SLAS Scientific Director, Mike Tarselli talk with Alpha Knights Robotics Team 6695, from San Marcos High School in California.
Apr 5, 2020
Chatting with SLAS2020 Chairs
How was SLAS2020? Are you curious what the chairs felt about the show? Take a few minutes to hear our SLAS2020 chairs, Melanie Leveridge, GSK (UK) and Andrew Napper, Evotec share their thoughts.
Apr 4, 2020
Extracting Meaning From Big Data in Volume Electron Microscopy with Martin Jones
Martin Jones works in the Electron Microscopy Science Technology Platform at the Francis Crick Institute in London, developing new hardware and software for extracting meaning from ever more complex data sets. He and SLAS Scientific Director, Mike Tarselli, explore Extracting Meaning From Big Data in Volume Electron Microscopy.
Apr 3, 2020
Chatting with Pierre Baillargeon on Optimizing Processes Using In-House Engineering to Innovate Automation and Sample Management
Pierre Baillargeon discusses his adaptation and clever fixes to gaps seen in standard automation technology, especially in academic environments.
Apr 2, 2020
Sample Management as a Career, Not a Job
Sue Crimmin, Vice President Sample Management Technology, GlaxoSmithKline and Michelle Galante, Group Leader, Operations, Evotec discuss Sample Management as a Career, Not a Job.
Apr 1, 2020
Juan Caicedo's "Data Bowl"
Juan Caicedo is a Research Fellow at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, where he investigates the use of deep learning to analyze microscopy images. In this podcast Juan, and Scientific Director, Mike Tarselli discuss how his "Data Bowl" is organized to help humans improve CellProfiler algorithms.
Mar 31, 2020
Oren Kraus, Co-founder Phenomic AI
Oren Kraus co-founded Phenomic AI. In this podcast, Scientific Director, Mike Tarselli, discusses with Oren his work with Phenomic AI, research and progress with AI-empowered phenotypic screens, and so much more!
Mar 30, 2020
Spotlight on Christian Soitu, Oxford University, 2019 Innovation Award Recipient
The biggest award of the conference, the SLAS Innovation Award, was given to Christian Soitu, M.Eng. and Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Oxford for his scientific podium presentation, Microfluidic Chambers Using Fluid Walls for Cell Biology. The SLAS Innovation Award recognizes one exceptional and exceedingly innovative podium presentation during the conference. The winning presentation exceeds a benchmark or milestone in screening or the lead discovery process or demonstrates an advanced and integrated use of mature technologies. The award includes a $10,000 cash prize which is disbursed after the winner submits a scientific manuscript (original research or a related review paper) for peer reviewed publication in SLAS Discovery or SLAS Technology.
Mar 29, 2020
2019 New Product Award Winner: Andrew Alliance
Andrew Alliance discussed their 2019 SLAS new Product Award win for Andrew+ and Pipette+. The New Product Award is given to companies showcasing a new product that is commercially available within 90 days pre- and/or post-conference. Winning products are granted use of the New Product Award designation for a year and are promoted through SLAS promotional channels.
Mar 28, 2020
2019 New Product Award Winner: NanoView
NanoView Biosciences walks through their SLAS 2019 New Product Award Win for the ExoView® platform. The New Product Award is given to companies showcasing a new product that is commercially available within 90 days pre- and/or post-conference. Winning products are granted use of the New Product Award designation for a year and are promoted through SLAS promotional channels.
Mar 27, 2020
2019 New Product Award Winner: Stilla Technologies
2019 New Product Award Winner, Stilla Technologies talks about their wining technology, the Naica HT & the Opal chip. The New Product Award is given to companies showcasing a new product that is commercially available within 90 days pre- and/or post-conference. Winning products are granted use of the New Product Award designation for a year and are promoted through SLAS promotional channels.
Mar 26, 2020
2019 Ignite Award Winner: SEED Biosciences
SEED Biosciences, a young startup from Switzerland, was recognized as the inaugural SLAS Ignite Award winner for their revolutionary pipette that allows scientists to view single cells at a single cell resolution. The SLAS Ignite Award is given to one company from within Innovation AveNEW, a specially designated area on the exhibition floor highlighting start-ups and emerging companies. Judging is based on the overall marketing plan, market presence and potential, funding prospects, plan for growth and the existence of a balanced company leadership, among other qualities. For their win, SEED Biosciences took home a $5,000 cash prize.
Mar 25, 2020
2019 Student Poster Award Winners
This year’s Student Poster Award winners were chosen out of more than 325 poster abstract submissions and were judged on various content and design themes. The SLAS Student Poster Award recognizes the innovative research by students, graduate students, post-doctoral associates and junior faculty (less than four years in first academic appointment) who are chosen to present a poster during the conference. *Antra Ganguly, University of Texas at Dallas* A Passively Addressable Electrochemical Sensor for the Detection of Chloride Ion Levels in Ultralow Volumes of Perspired Human Sweat *Sudip Mondal, University of Texas at Austin* High-speed C. elegans Cytometry at 0.8 Million Frames per Second *Christopher Poon, University of Southern California* Multifunctional Peptide Micelle for Monocyte Targeting and Gene Therapy to Reduce Atherosclerosis
Mar 24, 2020
Welcome to New Matter: Inside the Minds of SLAS Scientists