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How To Make ECL Reagent: 4 Ingredients, Better Blots

ECL is an expensive reagent. Why not learn how to make ECL yourself? This cheap and simple option will give you better blots more often!

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How To Passage Cells in Culture

Learn the basics of how to passage cells in culture with this easy-to-follow guide. While the specifics change per cell line, the basics remain.

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12 Top Tips for Working in a Biosafety Cabinet

Biosafety cabinets keep your work safe from contamination, and you safe from your work. So here are 12 tips for Working in a biosafety cabinet!

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Nail Your Unmixing for Full Spectrum Flow Cytometry: 7 Top Tips

Spectral unmixing in flow cytometry is the key to great data from your full spectrum flow cytometry. Get this wrong, and you risk unreliable results. Read our top 7 tips from a flow cytometry core facilities expert to nail your unmixing.

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What’s in Your Cell Culture Medium?

Do you know what each ingredient in cell culture media does? Read on to take a look at the common ingredients and break down their roles.

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3 Hot Tips to Optimize Your Western Blot Transfers

Are you struggling with ugly and unreadable western blots? Here are 3 ways to optimize your western blot transfer and get blots to be proud of.

Episode 60 — Dropping Grudges Will Change Your Life. Trust Us.
The Happy Scientist
Episode 60 — Dropping Grudges Will Change Your Life. Trust Us.

#60 — Have you been wronged? Are you righteously indignant? Are you that most popular of characters today: a Victim? In this episode, we will give you the keys to set you free. Then you can decide whether you prefer grudges or freedom. Hosted by Bitesize Bio’s own Dr. Nick Oswald featuring Kenneth Vogt of…

Stefan Hell talks to Peter O'Toole in episode #56 of The Microscopists.
The Microscopists

#56 — Stefan Hell is Director at the Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences in Göttingen and at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research in Heidelberg. In this episode of The Microscopists, Stefan tells Peter O’Toole about his quest to overcome the diffraction barrier, why he doesn’t think of himself as a microscopist, and…

Sara De Biasi and Andrea Cossarizza joins Peter O'Toole for episode #6 of Flow Stars.
Flow Stars

#6 — Season 3. Sara De Biasi and Andrea Cossarizza from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (UNIMORE) chat with Peter O’Toole about how they were able to quickly respond to news of a novel coronavirus as early as January 2020, and how their work was crucial to understanding the effect of COVID-19 on…

Eva Amsen interviews Mimi Ho in episode #6 of Cryo-Talk

#6 — Mimi Ho is Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Columbia University. In this episode of Cryo-Talk, Mimi joins Eva Amsen to talk about her career journey from industry to academia, her support network, and how Mighty the dog has been helping in the lab. She also shares what it has been like…

How Using Oil Immersion Microscopy Can Increase Your Resolution
Mentors At Your Benchside

#X — Oil immersion microscopy can help increase your resolution in light microscopy. Which, in turn, can lead to better images; and who doesn’t want nicer microscopy images? But do you know why we use immersion oil and objectives for high-power magnification? And do you know how to use an immersion objective correctly? Listen to…

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