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Jessica Torres

Jessica has a PhD. in Bioorganic Chemistry from North Carolina State University and is currently Project Manager, Ultrafiltration at MilliporeSigma.

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Articles by Jessica Torres

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HPLC and GC: 6 Fundamental Differences Made Simple to Enhance Your Research

By Dr. Jessica Torres | October 24, 2022

Need to get a handle on the fundamental differences between HPLC and GC to pick one for your studies? Here’s a quick explainer!

Boldly coloured piping and regulators to illustrate gas chromatography.

Gas Chromatography: What It Is, How It Works, and 5 Critical Components

By Dr. Jessica Torres | October 7, 2022

Do you need to learn about gas chromatography? This article takes you through the basic principles and instrumentation. With illustrations!

A golden pawn in front of black pawns in a chess game representing how chromatography works

How Chromatography Works: Separation Science Explained with 5 Simple Examples

By Dr. Jessica Torres | August 17, 2022

In biosciences, we purify our target molecules using chromatography. So, we need a thorough understanding of how chromatography works!

Image of multiple columns on a builing as a play on words to represent column chromatography

The Basics of Running a Chromatography Column

By Dr. Jessica Torres | September 29, 2021

Are you preparing to run your first column chromatography experiment? Here are some basics that you should know before you use that precious sample.

Protein Self-Labeling with Halo, SNAP, and CLIP Tagging

Protein Self-Labeling with Halo, SNAP, and CLIP Tagging

By Dr. Jessica Torres | January 23, 2018

We all know the impact fluorescent proteins have had in advancing cell biology. Although fluorescent proteins have revolutionized the field, they aren’t perfect and like all things research, they have their limitations. If you’re looking for a genetic tool with superior fluorescent properties, or one that allows you to introduce a variety of labels into…

The Seven Top Benefits of Starting Grad School Early

By Dr. Jessica Torres | June 12, 2017

Your grad school acceptance letter finally came in the mail. Congrats, that’s no small thing to accomplish! You did your happy dance, but then it hit you: Grad school in the fall is a reality and things in your life are going to change. So now you’re wondering how to fill those awkward months between…

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How Taking Time Off Can Prepare You For Grad School

By Dr. Jessica Torres | September 12, 2016

Halfway through college I decided I wanted to go to grad school. But for a little while, I entertained the idea of taking time off after graduation. So, I asked around for advice – I wanted to cover all my bases before committing to another five years of school. But with what I know now,…

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