I would like this site to be a place were principal investigators, graduate students and lab technicians interact, asking for help from one another and hopefully helping others along the way. The blog will have many types of posts including technical posts, video tutorials, webinars, fun posts and general interest stories. But most importantly, I would like to be responsive to the requests of our readership (or should I say contributorship?) and let the discussion go wherever you want to take them. I will endeavor to post content 3-5 times per week so you should be sure to visit often.
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For visual learners, nothing is more frustrating than verbal insructions that are not accompanied by visual queues. Scientific experiments often involve detailed instructions that may be tedious and hard to follow. It is important for scientists to convey the “big picture” of what they are tryiing to accomplish in order for their work to be [...]
Although it has only been around for 2 or 3 years, the QX100™ Droplet Digital™ PCR system from Bio-Rad Laboratories has already received a prestigious award, and has been groundbreaking research into HIV and GMO quantification. In this short period of time, close to 50 labs have chosen to add the QX100 system to their [...]
Researchers at the Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle (USA) and the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) at the University of Luxembourg have jointly developed a revolutionary method to analyse the genomes of yeast families. The team of Dr. Aimée Dudley from the ISB and Dr. Patrick May from LCSB published their paper in [...]
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