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What Comes Next After Completing Your Undergraduate Degree?

By Anonymous Author | January 14, 2021

If you’re coming to the end of your undergraduate life sciences degree, you might be wondering what to do next. Fortunately, there are many life sciences career paths that you could take. We explore some of the options here.

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Resources for Becoming a Programming Biologist

By Anonymous Author | October 24, 2016

Have you ever entertained the idea of learning to program? Have you tried but felt discouraged by the overwhelming amount of information out there? If you answered yes to both of those questions, I encourage you to try again with the following resources. Computer science is one of the best subjects to self learn.  …

Quick and Easy Automatic Cell Counting

Quick and Easy Automatic Cell Counting

By Anonymous Author | October 5, 2016

Are you wondering how on earth you’re going to count thousands of cells across a stack of images? Well, I’m going to show you a simple method for automatic cell counting with ImageJ. For those of you unfamiliar with ImageJ, it’s a popular image processing program that runs on Mac, Windows, and Linux. Assuming you…

A Simple Method for Measuring Intracellular Fluorescence

A Simple Method for Measuring Intracellular Fluorescence

By Anonymous Author | August 17, 2016

Fortunately for microscopy users, measuring intracellular fluorescence has been made relatively simple through an ImageJ plugin called the Cell Magic Wand. For those of you unfamiliar with ImageJ, it’s a popular image processing program that runs on Mac, Windows, and Linux. How to use ImageJ for measuring intracellular fluorescence First of all, to begin measuring…

Staying Ahead of the Pack in Undergraduate Research

Staying Ahead of the Pack in Undergraduate Research

By Anonymous Author | July 9, 2016

Whether you’re just beginning, or nearing the end of your undergraduate career, getting involved in research can be overwhelming and stressful. There are many factors to consider, so keep it simple and focus on the most important ones: What area of research motivates you? What organisms do you find interesting? Are there any research professors…

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