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5 Ways to Clean Up A DNA Sample

Are you struggling with your DNA clean-up? Then check out our top five methods so you can pick the best option for your experiments.

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How History Shaped Modern Optical Microscopes, Part One: Simple and Compound Microscopes

Discover the history of simple and compound microscopes in this first of our two-part series on the history of microscopes.

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Ethanol Precipitation of DNA and RNA: How it Works

Using ethanol precipitation to isolate or concentrate your nucleic acids? Find out how this routinely used technique works, and get tips to produce the best results.

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17 Ways to Stop Pipetting Errors From Ruining Your Experiments

Pipetting errors getting you down? Learn how to avoid and correct errors that hurt your pipetting accuracy in this easy-to-follow article.

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18+ Ways to Improve your PubMed Searches

Are you getting the most out of your PubMed searches or are you wasting lots of time slogging through pages of results? We’ve compiled some top tips to help you refine your searches.

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Does Your h-index Measure Up?

How do you measure how good you are as a scientist? One way is the h-index. Discover what this is, and learn about the pros and cons of using it to assess your scientific career.

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