Curiox Laminar Wash Featured on Charles River Lab’s “Eureka” Science Blog
Collaboration with Charles River Laboratories expands
Pharmaceutical and biotech companies, contract research organizations, and academics worldwide have discovered that Laminar Wash™ technology can improve their cellular analysis data quality and sample preparation workflows. Among Curiox’s customers is Charles River Laboratories (CRL), the world leader in addressing the challenges of pharmaceutical development. An early adopter of Laminar Wash methodology, CRL scientists employ the technology in support of their murine and humanized mouse model tumor characterization studies.
In expansion of their collaboration, Curiox Marketing Content Manager Geoffrey Feld, Ph.D. was asked to contribute to CRL’s world-renowned science blog, Eureka, “a daily dose of science,” according to the blog’s website. The daily blog covers a plethora of bioscience-related topics, from breaking news to methods development, including the people behind these advances. While most of the articles are written by CRL subject matter experts, external scientists and writers often contribute, as well.
Please check out Geoff’s article, “Next-Generation Technology for Suspension Cell Preparation,” on the Eureka site, the first of hopefully many articles as part of this exciting collaboration.