博客 - LGC is helping to ensure that research into a cure for HIV is based on sound fundamental measurements.
博客 - Vaccines are a relatively modern tool, with the world's fist successful vaccine being developed in 1976 for smallpox. Numbers show that when vaccinations steadily increase, rates of death from diseases like measles and polio were vastly reduced.
博客 - There are many pitfalls that await even experienced scientists developing and validating, for example, a new bioassay. However, with experience and knowing what pitfalls to look out for, these issues don’t need to stand in the way of producing a robust bioassay.
博客 - Our specialist DNA team have worked with the Australian and British governments, as well as the Commonwealth War Graves Commission to help identify these soldiers using the most current DNA methods.
博客 - Throughout March, our employees have been sharing their experiences and promoting opportunities within LGC that they have found helpful.
博客 - March was Women's History Month, which also saw the celebration of International Women's Day on 8 March, and LGC’s own history is full of brave and brilliant women, trailblazing the way forward for others like them.
博客 - The sport industry’s top priority should be to protect these athletes and their health and integrity, which is why transparency and certification programmes like Informed Sport are so important.
博客 - In pregnant women and infants iodine is of particular importance as it plays a critical role in brain development. The primary sources of iodine for most people are milk and dairy products but due to increases in dairy intolerance and changes in diet, milk-products are being increasingly substituted for non-milk alternatives.
博客 - British Science Weeks begins on the 9th March and this year’s theme is ‘Exploration & Discovery’, which encompasses the spirit of scientific enquiry. The week is a ten day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths.
博客 - Apprenticeships provide an alternative to young people who either don’t wish to or are unable to attend university, and in some cases, they can complement university studies. And evidence shows that they work.