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DeciBio’s Spatial Omics Q&A with Ben Hindson, CSO for 10x Genomics

  On February 24th, 10x Genomics hosted their first Xperience event, which showcased the next wave of innovations for their three product verticals: Chromium, Visium, and the upcoming in situ

Spatial Omics Year in Review (2020): Transcriptomics Takes Center Stage

  While most industries slowed down in response to the global pandemic in 2020, the field of spatial omics certainly did not. Established companies and startups continued to announce products,

Cancer Immunotherapy Biomarker Spotlight: Immune Function Markers / Analyses

We’ve been tracking the cancer immunotherapy biomarker space closely via our Immuno-Oncology BioMAP for years and have witnessed the rapid growth and evolution of immuno-oncology first hand.  The amount of

NGPS brings Proteins Back on the Map

Los Angeles, CA March 2, 2020 – This morning, Quantum Si introduced a potentially highly disruptive instrument, an equivalent to NGS for high-throughput protein sequencing. The company is part of

How KKR Made a ~3x Return in 4 Years by Investing in Research Tools

  KKR made headlines late last year with the exit of their investment in LGC Group, a UK-based biochemical standards and reagents provider. Sources say KKR acquired LGC in December

Going Viral: What the COVID-19 Outbreak Teaches Us About the Evolution of the Biotech Industry

  The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has been a huge topic of concern across the globe as infection and death tolls continue to grow daily. However, it’s inarguable that the

The Follower’s Advantage: Cases in Life Science Research Tool Markets

The first mover’s advantage is a widespread concept in business. The idea is that a company can gain a competitive advantage by being the first to enter into an untapped

Spatial Omics Year in Review

2019 was a big year for the spatial omics market—we saw a number of long-awaited commercial launches and new product offerings, among other exciting news in the field. This blog

Select 2019 Trends and Discussions

  Los Angeles, CA January 3, 2019 – The end the last decade deepened my personal belief that the personalized medicine revolution will be driven by tools and diagnostics, rather