QGel on the podium of The Scientist 2017 Top 10 Innovations award
2 Dec 2017
Lausanne

Innovation comes in many forms, molded into various outlooks, adapted to shifting time frames. Sometimes, technological and conceptual progress is undergirded by a more expansive view to encompass the bigger picture—think evolutionary theory or the widespread applicability of Sanger sequencing. Other times, innovation, especially in the life sciences, is achieved by zeroing in on the minute components that make biology tick—receptors, cells, organelles.

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