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From Submission to Print: Getting the Best out of the Peer-Review Process

In this webinar you will learn: What happens to your paper from submission to print. Top tips for getting your paper published. Abstract: We all know how important publications are in scientific research; they are the medium to share your work with the wider scientific community and are key for getting grants and furthering your […]

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In Writing, Publishing & Presenting 19th of May, 2015 Presented by: Laura Fulford
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Genomic Analysis of Single Cells: The Benefits of Being Single

You don’t need to be told about how next generation sequencing technologies have revolutionized the way we study the genome and the epigenome. Whether you want to look at transcription (RNA-seq), translation (Ribo-seq) genomes (DNA-seq), interactions of proteins and DNA (ChIP-Seq) or to study epigenetic features such as methylation (whole genome bilsulfite sequencing) there are […]

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In Genomics & Epigenetics 13th of April, 2015
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Common Sins When Publishing Your Paper

When it comes to publishing your paper you want to show the world what excellent research you’ve worked so hard to produce. Part of that is providing enough detail so that others can reproduce your work and take it further. There are certain details you need to include in your paper; many, but not all […]

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In Writing, Publishing & Presenting 4th of February, 2015
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Get Great Yields by Optimizing Your Bacterial Cultures

Bacterial cultures may be much easier to grow than mammalian cells, but if your yields are suboptimal there are plenty of parameters to play with. Here we list a few of the things you should consider to maximize your culture growth. Shaking speed Shaking is performed to allow aeration of your culture, which is of […]

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In Protein Expression & Analysis 19th of January, 2015
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Common New Year’s Resolutions for Scientists (and how to keep them) 

A new year means new resolutions and a chance to improve ourselves. All to often however these changes last only a few weeks before we slip back into old ways. Why not make 2015 different and make a change that sticks? These changes don’t have to be huge, and often it’s the small changes that […]

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In Organization & Productivity 1st of January, 2015
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Christmas gifts for the scientist in your life

Christmas is fast approaching but if you haven’t yet found the perfect gift never fear, there is still time! We’ve put together some of the most fabulous gifts for those of the science persuasion. For the trendy scientist  Have a lady scientist to buy for? Why not splash out and get a gorgeous silk scarf? […]

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In Fun Stuff 15th of December, 2014
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Common Myths of Copyright

Copyright is something that a lot of scientists only give a passing thought to. However, this is something that affects us all. If you publish your work, then you need to understand copyright, the different types of copyright, the difference between open access and copyright and what you can and cannot do under different copyright […]

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In Science Communication & Ethics 17th of November, 2014
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A Picture Speaks a Thousand Words – Making Diagrams Simple

Figures play a central role in science not just as a way of displaying results, although this is obviously important, but also as a way of getting across complicated theories and processes in a relatively simple and direct manner.  I’m a firm believe in the power of putting ideas into diagrams and spent a considerable […]

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Let’s Talk About Stats: Getting the Most out of your Multiple Datasets with Post-hoc Testing

So you’ve performed a test such as an ANOVA and have found that there is statistical significance in your data (lucky you!), however you now want to know where that significance lies. When you are comparing multiple sets of data it might seem like a logical thought to simply perform an individual t-test between each […]

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In Lab Statistics & Math 20th of March, 2014
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Let’s Talk About Stats: Comparing Multiple Datasets

Last week I focused on the left-hand side of this diagram and talked about statistical tests for comparing only two datasets.  Unfortunately, many experiments are more complicated and have three or more datasets.  Different statistical tests are used for comparing multiple data sets. Today I will focus on the right side of the diagram and […]

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In Lab Statistics & Math 12th of March, 2014