The Georgiou, Marcotte, and Ellington labs have recently been featured in both PNAS and Nature Biotechnology.
In January, they published a new technique for retaining the heavy- and light-chain antibody endogenous pairs that are usually lost in high-throughput analyses after the bulk B-cell lysis stage. The full article can be seen here.
Then again in February, they published a new technique for determining the composition of the polyclonal serum response post-immunization. This should prove highly useful in measuring anti-body responses to vaccination as well as contribute to a deeper understanding of the entire (and complex) immune response. The full article can be seen here.