This issue of BioTechniques takes a trip into 4D printing, plus presents a rapid detection method for SARS-CoV-2, an analysis of library preparation methods, and much more.
Since the coining of the term ‘4D printing’ in 2013, 4D printing technologies now have numerous applications in the life sciences. Here, Editor Tristan Free delves into the latest advances in these smart technologies.
Reports & benchmarks
This month we have a varied issue for you: from using blotting paper to cheaply store your genomic DNA to accelerating DNA age to improve forensics, all available open access at the links below.
If you missed last month’s issue, catch up here >>> https://www.biotechniques.com/analytical-chemistry/teaching-old-techniques-new-tricks-your-latest-issue-of-biotechniques/