SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Biocompare, the leading online information resource for the lifesciences, has launched its eighth content hub. This latest addition to the Future Lab family of engaging, high-quality content is focused on live cell imaging. Trends in Live Cell Imaging is sponsored by GE Healthcare.
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The new Trends in Live Cell Imaging Future Lab has been optimized to deliver information in an easily accessible format—helping researchers stay abreast of the latest innovations and breakthroughs in live cell imaging. Topics will run the gamut from sample conditions, to imaging solutions, as well as applications. The content hub is regularly updated and user engagement is facilitated by timely alerts to registered users when content is added or updated.
Previous Future Labs have focused on seminal topics in life science research including Protein Production, Immunodetection, Cell Culture, Liquid Handling, Next Generation Sequencing, Flow Cytometry, and Biopharmaceutical Analysis.
"We are really excited to have developed this platform to allow the more than 2.4 million scientists who visit Biocompare each year to consume content in a much more engaging environment. This fully supports Biocompare's mission to educate scientists in the latest technology while providing the tool provider community a unique and novel way to engage with our audience," says Joan Boyce, VP & GM of Biocompare.
Future Lab brings together informative content and presents it in an interactive environment to keep readers up to date on the latest developments in a given area of research. One major benefit of Future Lab is that as content gets added, users will be notified and can come back to re-engage with whatever content interests them the most. "With all the available resources out there to users, it's the best way to push out content and see an immediate response," adds Boyce.
"Our goal with each content hub is to leverage Biocompare's extensive industry knowledge and editorial resources to create highly visible and valuable content destinations," says Tamlyn Oliver, Managing Editor of Biocompare. "The unique, high-quality content created for Future Lab provides scientists with a fast and easy way to engage with the latest updates in their field of interest."
About Biocompare Biocompare, a Division of CompareNetworks, Inc., is the leading resource for up-to-date product information, product reviews, and new technologies for life scientists. Biocompare combines an in-depth knowledge of life science products and new technologies with the power of the Internet to offer scientists the most dynamic, relevant, and innovative resource that enables them to make better product, technology, and service purchasing decisions. Produced by scientists, Biocompare's mission is to provide free, time-saving services to life science researchers, allowing scientists to find and learn about the technologies that drive discovery. Biocompare continually strives to serve the life science community by providing new and improved online services that facilitate product discovery and technology education. For more information, please visit www.biocompare.com.
About GE HealthcareGE Healthcare provides transformational technologies and services to meet the demands for increased access, enhanced quality, and more affordable healthcare around the world. GE works on things that matter—great people and technologies taking on tough challenges .The Life Sciences business of GE Healthcare exists to enable scientific discovery. We do this by helping our customers discover, make, and use new ways to improve the human conditions.
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