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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Bio-Rad Laboratories announced the launch of its S3e Cell Sorter that offers walk-away automation for accurate and reliable cell sorts of one or two populations. The S3e Cell Sorter builds on the original S3™ Cell Sorter technology with the addition of the new AutoGimbal System. This novel automated system perfectly aligns the nozzle tip and […]
Cambridge Digital Library is releasing more than 12,000 hi-res images, alongside transcriptions and detailed notes as a result of an international collaboration with the Darwin Manuscript Project, based at the American Museum of Natural History. These papers chart the evolution of Darwin’s journey, from early theoretical reflections while on board HMS Beagle, to the publication […]
Extracellular matrix (ECM), a critical component in tissue structure and wound healing, takes on different forms in a tissue-dependent manner. As such, it has been very difficult for scientists to produce an ECM-like bio-material that can be used in a ubiquitous manner. In the following video, you will witness a remarkable technology that mimics the […]
Today marked the beginning of a series of publications that have either appeared or will appear in prestigious journals detailing the results of the global human and mouse ENCODE projects. ENCODE and mouseENCODE (or ENCyclopedia of DNA Elements), is a research programme on the human and mouse genomes that aims to build a comprehensive catalog […]
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