McMaster University is Canada’s most research-intensive university and the cutting-edge research delivered by the Department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences (BBS) is a driving force in McMaster’s national standing. To highlight and celebrate the outstanding scientific work of our graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, staff, and technicians, BBS is launching our inaugural Research Symposium on March 12th, 2020. Research in BBS looks to address broad topics in microbiology, immunology, drug discovery, metabolism, cell biology, genomics, stem cells, and cancer biology. The 2020 BBS Research Symposium will allow members from these diverse fields an opportunity to share their research and build a stronger scientific community.
The new Octet RED96e system is an enhancement to our industry-leading Octet RED96 instrument with additional capabilities to expand the number and types of samples that can be assayed, increasing access to data that can reduce the risk in bringing a drug candidate to market