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Here, you will find ways to engage with the DeNovix global community.

Exploring our product reviews, academic publications that reference our instruments, and our collection of technical notes demonstrates the wide range of disciplines we serve. Our social media accounts are designed to provide product and company updates, share relevant articles and information, and connect with our community of scientists.

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Product Reviews

SelectScience provides scientists with a venue for posting impartial reviews of research instrumentation.

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When you post a picture of your DeNovix products, stickers or swag using #denovixlove, you will be automatically entered in a monthly giveaway. The randomly selected winner from each month will receive free DeNovix swag (water bottles, t-shirts, pens, stickers, etc!).

Scientist Spotlight

Celebrating scientists & labs that use DeNovix products

Our Scientist Spotlights highlight DeNovix customers who are doing great things in the world of science and research. These features, posted on our social media accounts, include a short introduction to the scientist or laboratory being spotlighted and a link to their research. If you have used a DeNovix instrument in your research and are interested in being featured, please contact us!

Simmons Lab Full Res

The Simmons Laboratory

The Simmons Laboratory research mission is to create new knowledge in the areas of cancer biology and immunology that positively impacts the health disparities affecting vulnerable populations in the US and abroad.

Glenn Simmons Jr., PhD has a background in HIV and cancer biology and uses molecular biology to explore research questions at the intersection of the bench and the bedside. He also is committed to mentoring the next generation of scientists, especially those from groups underrepresented in biomedicine.

Recently, Dr. Simmons published a paper in Oncology Letters, Vol. 20, Issue 5. His team used a DeNovix CellDrop Automated Cell Counter to observe the GFP signal in 786‑O cells, confirming protein expression prior to cell collection.

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