Omics, Biofuels, and Oxygen Monitoring


Dear Readers of the G.I.T. Laboratory Journal,

In this issue, I would like to draw your attention to the Read and Win feature of the current issue, where  the book "Integration of omics Approaches and Systems Biology for Clinical Applications" is presented.

Researchers from the Tokyo Institute of Technology have found an interesting possibility to increase the production of biofuels through algae. Read the details here.

If one concerns themselves with organs-on-chips, the issue of oxygen monitoring is crucial. So researchers developed a bio-sensor that can track oxygen levels in real-time.

Best regards,
Dr. Martin Graf-Utzmann
Editor, G.I.T. Laboratory Journal




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