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How Does Peer Review in Science Work? 

If you’re unsure as to how the peer-review process works, the difference between open and double-blind peer review or are wondering if peer review is broken, read on.

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Essentials in Centrifugation—Better Safe than Sorry!

Essentials in Centrifugation—Better Safe than Sorry!Available On Demand Time: 9am (London) 10am (Berlin) 11am (Moscow) Speakers Sugish Subramonia Pillai Product Marketing Manager Eppendorf Sugish Pillai graduated in India in 2012 as a Mechanical Engineer specializing in Material Science. Upon gaining sales experience in advanced materials, he later received a Master of Engineering in Technical Management in…

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How Filtration Works: A Short Guide for Biologists

If you’ve worked in a lab, odds are you’ve had an encounter with filtration of one sort or another. Do you understand exactly how filters work, though? Or have you wondered why certain filters are used for certain lab applications?

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Top 10 Best Science Podcasts For Researchers

Facing hours of cell culture, or some other repetitive and mundane lab task? Why not cheer things up with a podcast or two! Discover our top 10 favorite science podcasts for researchers, from Sawbones to The Life Scientific.

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Does Humility Harm Your Career?

Jumpstarting Your Career as a Happy ScientistDoes Humility Harm Your Career? Date: 1 September 2021Time: 11:00 EDT | 16:00 BST | 17:00 CEST Whether you’re new to the lab or a seasoned principal investigator, isn’t it time you started being happy in your chosen career as a scientist? Wondering if this is practical or even…

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The Difference Between Efficiency and Optimization

Jumpstarting Your Career as a Happy ScientistThe Difference Between Efficiency and Optimization Date: 1 September 2021Time: 11:00 EDT | 16:00 BST | 17:00 CEST Whether you’re new to the lab or a seasoned principal investigator, isn’t it time you started being happy in your chosen career as a scientist? Wondering if this is practical or…

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What Constitutes a Happy Scientist?

Jumpstarting Your Career as a Happy ScientistWhat Constitutes a Happy Scientist? Date: 26 August 2021Time: 11:00 EDT | 16:00 BST | 17:00 CEST Whether you’re new to the lab or a seasoned principal investigator, isn’t it time you started being happy in your chosen career as a scientist? Wondering if this is practical or even…

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Reproducibility: Mastering the Art of Pipetting

Reproducibility: Mastering the Art of Pipetting Available On Demand Speakers Dr. Barbara Siefker Product Marketing Manager Eppendorf Barbara obtained her Ph.D. in Developmental Biology in 2004 at the University of Cologne, where she researched the asexual reproduction of jellyfish using molecular biology techniques. After her Ph.D., she gained different sales experiences at PerkinElmer and Microsynth…

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Get a Grip: Dealing with Sweaty Glove Hands

Using gloves in the lab is necessary for safety but can result in the dreaded “sweaty glove hands”. Read our top tips on how to banish those sweaty palms for good (or for at least as long as it takes to do your experiment)!

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