From The Analytical Scientist:
Inspired by the individuals on The Power List?
The University of Tasmania’s Emily Hilder features in this year’s Power List – she also appeared on the 2013 Power List of the Top 100 most influential analytical scientists. Here, Emily shares information on an ambitious new collaborative project – and outlines who she’s looking to work with.
Pathology in Practice looks into a simple but effective solution to stop tissue sections becoming detached and floating away when faced with harsh processing conditions typical of methods such as immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization.