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Super Resolution Microscopy: Improve Your Imaging Don’t Reinvent It

In this webinar you will learn: How you can get started with SIM today How SIM enables visualization of structures that have previously only been seen with electron microscopy How SIM is currently being used to generate super resolution images on live, dynamic cells Join this free webinar to learn more about super resolution microscopy, […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 19th of May, 2016 Presented by: Leanna Ferrand
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Furthering Insight and Productivity in Cell Biology with Real-Time Quantitative Live-Cell Analysis

In this webinar you’ll learn how live-cell analysis offers you a whole range of new tools for studying your cells in culture, in real-time. The main points we’ll cover are: How live-cell imaging can allow you to perform detailed, real-time analyses, such as reporter assays, live phenotypic analysis, cell migration, and more, on your cultured cells, without taking them […]

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In Cells and Model Organisms 10th of May, 2016 Presented by: Fiona Tulloch
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Tips and Tricks for Western Blotting and Antibody Selection

You will learn: How to overcome common Western blot issues Which criteria to use for antibody selection Useful information for your grant preliminary data Western blotting is an important and widely used technique in cell and molecular biology. A Western blot is often used in research to separate and identify proteins based on molecular weight […]

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In Protein Expression & Analysis 5th of May, 2016 Presented by: Paul Joseph
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Deconvolution: An Invaluable Tool in the Microscopy Toolbox

‘A picture paints a thousand words’ and an excellent cellular image can lead to new biological discoveries. To ensure the best images scientists require an imaging toolbox that allows them to acquire the highest quality data under a wide range of sample conditions. Confocality is the most oft­used tool and is perfect for thick, bright samples. But […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 19th of April, 2016 Presented by: Katie White
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Isolation and Culture of Primary Cells from Bone Marrow

Bone marrow stromal cells have been one of the more intensively studied adult stem cell types over the past 50 years. Great therapeutic interest in this adult stem cell type has been based on its complex and diverse biological properties including their ability to support a hematopoietic environment, possess anti-inflammatory qualities, and differentiate down multiple […]

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In Cells and Model Organisms 12th of April, 2016 Presented by: Peter Maye
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Multi-color Fluorescence Immunohistochemistry Using Primary Antibodies Raised in the Same Host Species

Abstract: Simultaneous detection of multiple tissue antigens is one of the most frequently used immunohistochemical (IHC) techniques. In order to avoid cross-reactivity of secondary antibodies with unwanted primary antibodies when doing either dual- or triple-labeling immunofluorescence it is necessary to use primary antibodies raised in different host species such as mouse, rabbit and goat. However, […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging 11th of April, 2016 Presented by: Alexander E. Kalyuzhny
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Microscopy Education In The Digital Age: Upgrade Your University With A Digital Classroom

In this webinar, Silvia Zenner-Gellrich , Ph.D., product manager at ZEISS, will share: How to integrate your microscopes with digital technology How you can use the Labscope imaging app in the classroom The benefits of using connected microscopes in your classroom Abstract: Universities and schools alike are competing which each other for the best rankings […]

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In Microscopy & Imaging, Zeiss 17th of March, 2016 Presented by: Silvia Zenner-Gellrich
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Leaving the Ivory Tower: Managing the Emotional Side of Career Change

In this webinar, presented by Dara Wilson-Grant, LPC, Associate Director of UNC Chapel Hill’s Office of Postdoctoral Affairs and owner of Careers in Bloom, you will: 1. Learn about the emotional obstacles that can keep us stuck in an academic career path that is no longer fulfilling. 2. Be taught strategies for letting go and […]

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In Career Development & Networking 24th of February, 2016 Presented by: Dara Wilson-Grant
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5 Actionable Steps for Transitioning Smoothly to a Non-faculty Career

In this webinar, Heidi Scott Giusto, Ph.D., owner of Career Path Writing Solutions, will share: How she faced the facts that she didn’t want to be a professor—and what she did to make a successful career transition Five actionable steps that can facilitate a smooth transition to a non-faculty job Success stories of scientists who walked […]

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In Career Development & Networking 19th of January, 2016 Presented by: Heidi Scott Giusto
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Tools for Analyzing Genetic Variants from Sequencing Data – Case Study: Short Tandem Repeats

In this webinar, presented by Melissa Gymrek, PhD, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, you will learn: How to go from raw next generation sequencing data to high quality genotypes. How to use lobSTR, a tool we developed for profiling short tandem repeats from short reads. Effective ways to visualize sequence alignments and variant calls using […]

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In Genomics & Epigenetics 12th of January, 2016 Presented by: Melissa Gymrek