Author: Dena Aruta

LabRoots kicked off its two-day Microbiology and Immunology Virtual Event on September 11 detailing exciting new research in pharmaceuticals, medicine, agriculture, and space. The webinars cover a wide range of topics from the application of metagenomics in infectious disease to advances in our understanding of molecular mechanisms in virology. Once the gold standard for microbiological research, culturing for microorganisms...

Knowledge in the fields of genetics and genomics has increased exponentially in the past 50 years with rapid technological advances in our understanding of the human genome and genetic diseases. Advancements in drug discovery have provided therapies for rare diseases that previously were untreatable.             “Thank you everyone! This was a wonderful experience! –Sushmita G. LabRoots presented their...

September was designated Pain Awareness Month in 2001 to bring national recognition to the struggles and challenges people face daily when dealing with chronic pain. Each year, numerous organizations come together across the U.S. to raise awareness for individuals, families, and communities and to give this silent epidemic a voice. This year’s theme is “Let’s...

The Inaugural Infectious Disease Virtual Event On April 25, 2019, we launched our first Infectious Disease Virtual Event, and due to such a positive response, we hope to follow up with an even larger event in 2020. This year we focused on current challenges and emerging technologies in infectious disease research. In addition, we looked at...

April 10 was the opening day of our 4th Annual Molecular Diagnostics Virtual Event, which highlighted current research findings concerning digital biosensors, next-generation sequencing, and best practices for laboratories to survive the complexities of these technological advancements. Watch any of the webinars On-Demand and explore exhibitor and poster halls at your convenience. Participate in the...

June 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and has been designated as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) awareness month to honor the uprising that occurred on June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn. The gay bar, located on Christopher Street in Greenwich Village, was raided by the police because homosexual...

Communication. Connection. Collaboration. During a traditional science conference, the day(s) are filled with speakers reporting on their current findings and research with short question-and-answer sessions afterward; there might be 20-25 speakers making it impossible to attend every presentation. The most valuable part of any conference--networking, collaborating, and connecting with fellow scientists--is limited due to time constraints. In...

LabRoots is the premier virtual education provider offering virtual events and webinars that will showcase your industry brand and reach your clients with a unique approach to generate leads. We use a powerful virtual platform in HTML5 where you can create educational content or promote your products and technologies all the while bolstering your company...

The arduous journey for a medical student encompassing medical school, residency, and licensure testing has been widely reported describing the cut-throat competition between students and the long, grueling hours a resident is expected to fulfill. It’s considered a rite of passage that every practicing physician has endured. However, the grueling journey of a Ph.D. student...