Life Science Research

Sequencing the human genome was an important milestone for life science research. Many researchers are overcoming challenges to accurately map complex biological systems and deconstruct disease mechanisms at a cellular level. At the intersection of genomics and proteomics, our technologies enable life science researchers to ask and answer fundamental questions about disease origins and targeted treatments faster. This accelerates development of novel drug targets and new therapies that dramatically improve quality of life and revolutionize healthcare.

NEW! Enter the Virtual Biobank


Whether you’re managing the inventory of a freezer or an entire biorepository, Thermo Fisher Scientific has a solution to your biobank needs. Discover our new virtual biobank, and see how we can help you with sample collection, preparation, storage, analysis and transport.

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Solutions for Optimizing Stem Cell Expansion and Pluripotency
Learn how you can accelerate the pace of your discoveries by optimizing pluripotent stem cell cryopreservation and expansion while maintaining pluripotency in both feeder-dependant and feeder-free systems.

Recent Proteomics posters

Proteomics posters highlighted at the 2013 HUPO Annual World Congress
Learn how industry leaders collaborate with us to apply innovative Thermo Scientific proteome solutions to solve some of their toughest analytical challenges.

Molecular biology products 

Our reagents, consumables and instruments help you streamline key molecular biology applications including cloning, epigenetic analyses, in vitro transcription, molecular labeling and transfection.

Protein biology products

Accurately and efficiently accomplish your research with protein biology products to detect and measure; extract and purify; and label and link proteins.

Polyclonal, monoclonal, and custom antibodies and detection reagents

Generate meaningful and reproducible results utilizing immunofluorescence microscopy, high content assays, ELISAs, immunoprecipitations, and Western blotting.


Protein identification and quantification by mass spectrometry

Liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC-MS) systems that can be used to identify and quantify proteins.