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Learn about new technology across proteomics, imaging and genome sequencing CBS researchers are using to drive discovery.

Meet the 5600Meet the 5600

Say you’ve got a cancerous tissue sample or an interesting bacterial culture. Thousands of proteins constitute every microscopic speck, so how does one begin to tease it all apart? Get to know the TripleTOF 5600+ at the Center for Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics >>


 

Meet FranklinMeet Franklin

Millions upon millions of sequencing reactions occur per second as supercharged lasers and lenses work together to capture insane amounts of data. Intrigued? Check the specs on the new new Illumina HiSeq 2500 at the Minnesota Genomics Center >>


 

Meet SIMpson and McClureMeet SIMpson and McClure

At the University Imaging Centers, mind-blowing new scopes are enabling biologists to begin constructing visual “maps” of life. Scope out the new Nikon Structured Illumination Microscope new Nikon A1R MP multiphoton confocal >>