My Mommy’s In The Shower (or How to Lose a Job Opportunity)

We all know that you never get a second chance to make a first impression. This begs the question, why do so many job seekers allow other people to make a poor first impression […]

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Science Really Can Be All Fun And Games!

If there’s something I love more than science, it’s the internet.  The way it brings information and people together is astounding! There is also huge potential for the internet to be used for good.   […]

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Tango Therapy

“While I dance I can not judge, I can not hate, I can not separate myself from life. I can only be joyful and whole. This is why I dance.” – Hans Bos While […]

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Time for coffee!: The Easy Way To Collaborate

Some of the greatest ideas in scientific history have involved finding connections between widely separated fields. Take human genome sequencing for example: without the computing expertise required to crunch enormous amounts of data, the […]

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Troubleshooting Immunohistochemistry

If you read my previous article, you may have given IHC a shot. The chances are if you’re reading this one, it may not have worked. But don’t fret, help is at hand! This […]

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How to transfer one SDS-PAGE gel onto two membranes

Have you ever wished you could transfer the same SDS-PAGE gel twice? Sometimes, when you are blotting for many different proteins of similar size, stripping and reprobing multiple times can become impractical.  Here’s a […]

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Are You Getting the Most Out of Conferences?

Travelling the world attending conferences is arguably the perk of a scientific career. After many long, long hours in the lab, once a year (or twice if you’re lucky!) you get to hang up […]

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BioConference Live: a Free Online Conference for Life Scientists!

It’s that time again: BioConference Live is hosting its (free!) virtual life science conference next week. This two day, all-online event brings speakers on a huge variety of topics right to your desktop and […]

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Detecting Protein Phosphorylation Without Radiation Phospho Specific Antibodies Or Mass Spec

Phosphorylation is one of the major post-translational modifications that regulate the activity of a protein. Around a third of human proteins are believed to be phosphorylated, and so the kinases and phosphatases that mediate […]

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Make Your Excel Worksheets Database Ready

In a previous article (Tips for Constructing Lab Databases in Excel by Emily Crow), BitesizeBio readers began a brief, but spirited commentary on the application of using true databases (MySQL, Access, etc.) versus Excel […]

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