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Life Technologies is a global biotechnology tools company dedicated to improving the human condition. This radio program is aimed at keeping you up-to-date on what's new at LIFE.

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On Wednesday 12th September 2012 we hosted a live induced pluripotent stem cell event. The event was broadcast across Europe so scientists could watch it live. The speakers were Monika Madej (University of Cambridge), Leopoldo... more

Brenda Maribel Corado, a 32 year old mother was walking her 21 day old baby Angela to a doctor's appointment when a couple of women approached her on the street, taking Angela from her mother's arms. Angela had just been kidnapped!... more

Life Technologies has just released a free webinar. Ambion scientists Emily Zeringer and Marie Gonzalez present the background, methods and what to expect when extracting nucleic acids from FFPE tissue samples. Watch the... more

A radio interview with Dr. Paul Billings with ABC New Radio at CES 2012 about DNA Sequencing.

Featuring - John Leamon, Ph.D. - Director of Molecular Biology at Ion Torrent Abstract - Dr. Leamon discusses one of the four Life Technologies Grand Challenges - the Ion Torrent Speed Challenge - where sample prep time is cut... more

Earl Hubbell, Ph.D., is the principal statistician at Ion Torrent, part of Life Technologies. Earl discusses the background and CAFIE/phase correction portions of the Torrent Suite code base and outlines where the most... more

Earl Hubbell, Ph.D., discusses how a new solver might approach the Life Technologies Accuracy Grand Challenge at focuses on improving the base calls associated with Ion Torrent semiconductor sequencing technology. Earl also... more

Craig Cummings, Ph.D., Bioinformatics Scientist at Life Technologies, discusses the timelines around quickly assembling the EHEC E. coli strain responsible for the German outbreak.

Craig Cummings, Ph.D., Bioinformatics Scientist at Life Technologies, discusses the public combined efforts centered around the bioinformatics analysis of the public semiconductor sequencing data from the German EHEC E. coli strain... more