Applied Biosystems Solutions for Evolutionary & Conservation Biology

Applied Biosystems solutions have the answers to big questions about evolutionary & conservation biology

Whether you’re looking to understand the evolutionary links between species, navigate the impact of climate change on our ecosystem, or help conserve endangered species, Applied Biosystems solutions are where evolutionary and conservation biology come together. We deliver highly qualified genomics expertise combined with flexible and cost-effective solutions to help you find the answers to genomics’ biggest questions.

Understanding long-term microbial community development using capillary electrophoresis

In this webinar, Kamlesh Jangid, Associate Chief Editor for Soil Biology and Biochemistry at the National Center for Cell Science in Pune, India shares his research into microbial communities that exist in bulk soil, and the implications for ecosystem development, pedogenesis and vegetative succession.

Customer spotlights

Gregory O’Corry-Crowe, PhD

Research Professor
Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute

Professor O’Corry Crowe discusses how his team uses capillary electrophoresis techniques to tackle Arctic mammal conservation.

Amy Coslik

Animal Projects Coordinator
Fort Worth Zoo

Learn how Amy Coslik is working with veterinarians and Thermo Fisher Scientific to help protect the health and safety of the elephants living at the Fort Worth Zoo.

Featured blog posts

Tracking Beluga Whales

Dr. Gregory O’Corry-Crowe of Florida Atlantic University is a global leader in understanding how threatened and endangered circumpolar animals are affected by changes in Arctic sea ice.

Sharks as environmental indicators

Kevin Feldheim, PhD, discusses his large-scale, long-term population study that combines microsatellite analysis technology with capillary electrophoresis to monitor the health of lemon sharks and their effect on the local ecosytem

Bovine tuberculosis & conservation

The Hluhluwe-Imfolozi park in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa employs a unique TB testing program that not only protects its population of buffalo, but prevents the spread of disease to other animals such as antelope and lions.

Related applications

Complex Disease Research

Rare & Inherited Disease Research

Population Genomics


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