Neurodevelopmental Disorders With Rochelle Hines
In this episode of Teach Me in 10, UNLV neuroscientist Dr. Rochelle Hines joins us to discuss the team’s latest findings, which show that mutations in ARHGEF9 — the gene that codes for collybistin — lead to ID through impaired α2 subunit function.
Powered and Prepared for Your Next Label-Free Challenge With Dr. Helge Schnerr
In this episode of Teach Me in 10, we speak with Helge Schnerr, global campaign manager at Sartorius, about the motivation behind this move, the game-changing features on the SF3 and how it all translates to empowering scientists.
Turn Your Triple Quad Up to 11 With SCIEX OS Software!
Speaking at The Laboratory of the Future, April Quinn-Paquet, technical product manager at SCIEX presented her talk on data acquisition, processing and decision rules.
A New Kind of Cell Division
For hundreds of years, there have only been two main types of cell division in animals. But now researchers have identified a new and unexpected kind of cell division that occurs without DNA being replicated.
Overcoming the Reproducibility Crisis Through Streamlined Experimentation ‒ From Design to Optimization
Speaking at the 'Laboratory of The Future' online symposium, Jonas Anielski, PhD from Eppendorf, presented his talk on challenges to overcome and moving towards a digital experiment.
Leveraging Scientific Advancements To Enable a Fully Connected Ecosystem
Speaking at The Laboratory of The Future, Adam Wheeler, from Thermo Fisher Scientific presented his talk on helping organizations realize the full potential of digital transformation to improve quality, efficiency and the user experience.
Top Tips for Antibodies and Flow Cytometry With Dr. Chris Brampton
This video will cover the basics of antibodies, the reasons why you need flow cytometry–specific antibodies, and some basic best practices to achieve improved data and increase the likelihood of a successful outcome for flow cytometry experiments.
My Green Lab: Building the Future of Sustainable Science
Speaking at the 'Laboratory of The Future' online symposium 2022, James Connelly, chief executive officer from 'My Green Lab' presented his talk on how the 'My Green Lab Certification' program engages scientists and lab managers in a continuous improvement process to incorporate sustainable thinking and actions into their daily work—not only improving the sustainability performance of a lab, but through reduced exposure to hazardous materials, creating healthier work environment and improving lab safety.
Viruses Explained in Nine Images
This video explains the key aspects of viruses: how big they are, how they infect and enter and exit cells, how viruses are classified, how they replicate, and subjects involving viral infections like how they spread from person to person, how our immune system detects and destroys them and how vaccines and anti-viral drugs work.
Placebo Effects Make Good Medicine Better
Prof. Ted Kaptchuk highlights various studies across a variety of disciplines all focused on the power of the placebo effects and the healing encounter.