The Bitesize Bio Podcast, and More New Goodies

I just wanted to make a quick announcement to let you know about three new goodies we have just added to Bitesize Bio.  We have been trembling with excitement at the thought of releasing […]

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5 Signs That Your Interview Went Well

So now you’ve had your job interview – how well do you think you did? Here are 5 tell-tale signs that should give you a clue. 1. The interview lasted longer than you expected. […]

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Do You Work Like A Professional Scientist?

In my  last article I looked at how to efficiently self-manage the scientist in us all. But, to transform efficient and elaborate planning into a mass of (publishable) results, you need to be technically […]

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Careers for Scientists – Business Development Manager

Looking for a new direction in your career? This is the latest in our new series of articles that focus on careers for scientists.  When we started this series, we thought you’d be interested […]

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How Does Mass Spec Work? Part 2 – Ionization

In the first part of our “introduction to mass spectrometry” series, we established that mass spec is a very useful technique that biologists can use for a number of applications, from analyzing a purified […]

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The Why and How of Ethidium Bromide Assisted Partial Digests

A partial digest – typically done when you only want to cut one of two or more restriction sites in a DNA – can be a frustrating procedure to execute. The best advice anybody […]

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Careers for Scientists – University Teaching Fellow, UK

For this week's interview I've been speaking to Peter Kirsop from the University of Edinburgh, UK. Peter has been taking part in our webinar series "Chemistry for Biologists" which has proved really popular, so […]

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5 ways to destroy your Western blot

Western blotting is a common lab technique used to detect and analyze proteins. It also happens to be a really long and complicated procedure, with many steps along the way that are easy to […]

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Got a Job? Keep the job

  Congratulations on your new position! Now that you have successfully landed your new job, your hard work is not over and it's more important than ever to keep your eye on the ball. […]

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5 ways to destroy your agarose gel

Pouring and running an agarose gel is a simple and routine procedure that you probably learned soon after joining your first lab. A procedure that couldn’t possibly go wrong. Or so you’d think. In […]

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