- Gravitropism - knowing up from down
- Big science news stories of 2017 as seen by Technology Networks
- Biohybrid robots on the rise
- Are there two phases of liquid water?
- Interesting applications of CRISPR DNA Editing
- Phage therapy for antibiotic resistant bacterial infections
- 2017 Nobel Prizes awarded
- Quantum entanglement used for data transfer between Earth and space
- Can technology make you a superhero?
- Cassini to Crash on Saturn after a collecting fascinating data and imagery
- Merging Laser Beams with an Ultrapure Diamond Crystal to build your own Death Star
- Star Trek Tricorders are getting closer
- Two thirds of cancers triggered by random DNA mutations
- Companies in the SLAS Innovation AveNEW 2017
- Gene editing with CRISPR Cas9
- Interesting applications for Drones
- New Species Discovered in 2016
- Some Barbaric Medical Treatments are still in use today
- News on the Kilogram
- Some folk remedies and the science behind them
- Exoskeletons give patients hope
- Fighting invasive species: Asian carp and the emerald ash borer
- Lab-grown skin tissue grows hair
- History of the U.S. War on Cancer
- Gravitational Waves confirmed!
- Ever heard of German master inventor Artur Fischer?
- Details on the Zika Virus
- Meet the ASIMO Robot
- More on Drugs Discovered Through Ancient Texts
- Ten Strange Science Stories from 2015
- Four New Elements Added to Periodic Table
- Nobel Prize Medals up for Auction
- Butterflies remember their Caterpillar days
- Inventors who were killed by their own inventions
- Update on the ESA Rosetta Mission: Philae is alive!
- DARPA 2015 Robotics Challenge
- Holes in Swiss Cheese
- PD1 Inhibitors and the Stock Market
- Time-Lapse Imaging on the Cheap
- AIDA: Asteroid Impact and Deflection Assessment study
- Combating MRSA with 1,000-year-old Anglo-Saxon ‘eye salve’
- SLAS New Product Awardees for SLAS2015 added
- Have you heard of Theodor Boveri?
- Walk or run to stay dryer in the rain
- Luminiscent Plants for Mood Lighting
- A look at predictions of the 1964 World's Fair
- April 25 is DNA Day
- Pipetting performances by means of the Andrew robot
- News at SLAS Scientific Journals
In 2013 there were several articles posted on 3D printing. At SLAS2014 there were two posters from Michigan State University using 3D printing to create fluidic devices for drug discovery.
- A 3D Printed Fluidic Device, Amenable to Automated Instrumentation, for Optimization of Pharmacokinetic Studies
- A 3D-Printed Fluidic Device for Concurrent Detection of Secreted Signaling Molecules from Hypoxic Red Blood Cells
- The LabAutopedia Compendium of Books: Books about science and laboratory technology