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As 2012 comes to a close, SLAS would like to wish its members and laboratory science and technology professionals worldwide a safe and happy holiday season. As we reflect on the past year, we would like to provide the readers of SLAS Point-to-Point a look at the most accessed articles from the year. Our regular publication will resume Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013.


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SLAS ELN: What's next for the NIH Molecular Libraries Program?
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From Feb. 29, 2012: The National Institutes of Health's Molecular Libraries Program is ending. Was it a success? Did it fail to live up to its expectations? It depends on who you ask. The new SLAS Electronic Laboratory Neighborhood feature presents various perspectives. Be sure to share how this program has affected you in the feature's comments section. More

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The Lab Man interviews SLAS2012 winners
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From Feb. 22, 2012: Podcasts featuring four New Product Award designees (Dynamic Devices, fluidX, Siloam Biosciences and Tecan) and two student poster winners (Kaston Leung and Samuel Hasson) are now live! Listen and learn about these exciting new products and fascinating research. More

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Revisit 2 important SLAS2012 presentations
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From Feb. 15, 2012: "Bridging the Valley of Death: How Can Academia and Pharma Best Work Together" and "Advances in High-Throughput Screening Technologies," two popular SLAS2012 sessions, are available free for a limited time. More


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SLAS reviews epigenetics
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From Jan. 4, 2012: Read the new SLAS Electronic Laboratory Neighborhood state-of-the-science report on this booming area of drug discovery. Then, dig deeper into the topic in the JBS special issue on epigenetic-targeted drug discovery. And coming soon: a podcast on the topic by The Lab Man. More


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SLAS ELN: Mobile technology charts new directions
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From July 3, 2012: Mobile technology is beginning to transform not only the way companies manage their compound screening and profiling systems, but the entire healthcare landscape from drug discovery to patient care. Turning familiar devices such as cell phones and video game consoles into platforms for data collection and point-of-care analysis, these advances promise to improve disease detection and diagnosis, as well as healthcare delivery. A new SLAS Electronic Laboratory Neighborhood feature explores the challenges and opportunities for innovation. More

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SLAS welcomes new Special Interest Group
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From Aug. 8, 2012: What began as a LinkedIn community of global researchers discussing topics related to phenotypic drug discovery research has developed into an SLAS Special Interest Group. The LinkedIn SLAS subgroup grew from zero to 300 in about two months. The new Phenotypic Drug Discovery SIG currently is planning its first in-person meeting for Wednesday morning, Jan. 16, at SLAS2013 in Orlando, Fla. More



2012 SLAS Innovation Award winner named
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From Feb. 15, 2012: Dan Dongeun Huh of Harvard University took home the $10,000 prize for his presentation, "A Human Breathing Lung-on-a-Chip for Drug Screening and Nanotoxicology Applications." Huh was selected from nine finalists for extraordinary vision, originality, seminal technology, applications and strategies, as well as the impact on laboratory science and technology, originality and creativity, quality of the science and oral presentation. Read the recent ELN feature on this topic, and learn a bit more about Huh in this informative video. More


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The Lab Man visits the middle kingdom
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From Aug. 22, 2012: The Lab Man shares thoughts on China, the 2012 SLAS Asia Conference and Exhibition and the state of science and technology in China in his recent blog and podcast. "The rank and file scientists have generally not worked outside China and as a whole are quite young," he says. "One characteristic of such an environment is a pressing need to infuse the young workforce with lots of practical how-to knowledge and an education about overall business and industry practices and procedures." More

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SLAS2012 speaker Bob Ballard featured in ELN
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From Jan. 18, 2012: Ocean explorer Bob Ballard talks about the tools and technology necessary to do his work and, most importantly, to tell others about it and advance exploration for generations to come. Get the flavor for his SLAS2012 presentation by reading the SLAS Electronic Laboratory Neighborhood feature. More

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SLAS The Lab Man — Your smartphone and laboratory automation
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From May 16, 2012: Sure, everyone uses their mobile devices for texts, e-mail or web browsing, but who's using them as actual remote laboratory tools? The Lab Man names a few users in his latest blog and podcast. More


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