Way back in 1997 a company launched one of the first commercial expression microarrays. The company was Affymetrix, the technology was micro-lithography, and the excitement around this new technology was palpable in the days before even the Human Genome Project had been completed.
Life in the next-generation world moves quickly. And I’m talking not about next-generation sequencing, but something termed ‘next-generation PCR’ by internal folks at Life Technology, and can be described as ‘third-generation PCR’ if one thinks about the Polymerase Chain Reaction in terms of measurement.
This past week a statistic was released that indicated that over 50% of all cellphone usage in the US were smartphones. In addition to that, about 9% of all web traffic is now from mobile devices, yet according to one survey of 7,000 websites, only 4.8% of them were mobile-ready […]