Mass spectrometry is an important tool for a multitude of research disciplines, from identifying toxins in food and beverages, diagnosing bacterial infections to imaging samples at the biomolecular level. In this list we will explore some of the exciting trends within the field of mass spectrometry and the applications that are exploiting these advances to move the technique forward.READ MORE
Pesticides help to maximise food crop production however, the potential for them to remain in consumer products and the environment is of significant concern due to their potentially harmful effects. Effective screening is therefore imperative to prevent pesticides from entering the food chain or contaminating the environment.READ MORE
In this list we learn 7 key pieces of advice that will help you handle your excel data and prevent errors appearing across your dataset.READ MORE
In this list we will highlight some of the less well known but nonetheless ground breaking and important milestones in microbiology from the past seven decades.READ MORE
So you’ve collected your data and have a nice, clean dataset. Before you start your analyses, you need to get to know your data. Here we’re going to take a look at the different data types, learn to understand them and do calculations with them. By the time you’ve got to the end you’ll be able to put your new skills into practice in your data.READ MORE
Favoured for its simplicity, specificity and cost effectiveness, ELISA is a useful technique used in many laboratories globally. Here are some tips that I would like to share in the hopes of saving you time, stress and money, and helping you to achieve the best results possible!
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