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Sepmagrecently connected with a new audience by publishing an article with theonline Oxford magazine Bang! Science.

The article provides a basic overview of magnetic sorting, describes the principles behind the technique, and mentions that a variety of magnetic beads are commercially available to sort a variety of cell types. The article can be viewed here

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Bang! Science, founded in 2007, aims to present scientific news in a way that is accessibleto the general public while still remaining an engaging and worthwhile read for trained scientists. The magazine also serves as a platform for sharing current scientific research in a fun and colorful wayby featuring beautiful graphic artwork. The publication aims to improve understanding of the scientific method and strives toincrease the quality of communication about scientific issues. A printed issue of the magazine is released every term on the Oxford campus and can also be viewed online

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The article provides a basic overview of magnetic sorting, describes the principles behind the technique, and mentions that a variety of magnetic beads are commercially available to sort a variety of cell types. The article can be viewed here: http://www.bangscience.org/2015/05/a-collaboration-with-sepmag-beyond-the-compass-using-magnets-in-biological-research/

 

Bang! Science, founded in 2007, aims to present scientific news in a way that is accessibleto the general public while still remaining an engaging and worthwhile read for trained scientists. The magazine also serves as a platform for sharing current scientific research in a fun and colorful wayby featuring beautiful graphic artwork. The publication aims to improve understanding of the scientific method and strives toincrease the quality of communication about scientific issues. A printed issue of the magazine is released every term on the Oxford campus and can also be viewed online at http://www.bangscience.org/category/past-issues/.

 

 

 

The article provides a basic overview of magnetic sorting, describes the principles behind the technique, and mentions that a variety of magnetic beads are commercially available to sort a variety of cell types. The article can be viewed here: http://www.bangscience.org/2015/05/a-collaboration-with-sepmag-beyond-the-compass-using-magnets-in-biological-research/

 

Bang! Science, founded in 2007, aims to present scientific news in a way that is accessibleto the general public while still remaining an engaging and worthwhile read for trained scientists. The magazine also serves as a platform for sharing current scientific research in a fun and colorful wayby featuring beautiful graphic artwork. The publication aims to improve understanding of the scientific method and strives toincrease the quality of communication about scientific issues. A printed issue of the magazine is released every term on the Oxford campus and can also be viewed online at http://www.bangscience.org/category/past-issues/.

 

 

 

Lluis M. Martínez | SEPMAG Chief Scientific Officer

Founder of SEPMAG, Lluis holds a PhD in Magnetic Materials by the UAB. He has conducted research at German and Spanish academic institutions. Having worked in companies in Ireland, USA and Spain, he has more than 20 years of experience applying magnetic materials and sensors to industrial products and processes. He has filed several international patents on the field and co-authored more than 20 scientific papers, most of them on the subject of magnetic particle movement.

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