Oncology research is focused on identifying the best treatments to fight cancer. This often requires understanding how the treatment affects cancer cell proliferation, migration, and death. Many oncology assays are endpoint assays, limited to a single snapshot in time. For a better mechanistic understanding of cell-cell interactions and cell-drug responses it is vital to assess not only the degree but also the dynamics of the cell response. Using the Maestro’s impedance assay any scientist can track the kinetics of their biology label-free and in real-time.