RNAi: Slicing, Dicing and Serving Your Cells
RNA, the genetic messenger, makes sure the DNA recipe gives your cells exactly what they ordered. But sometimes that means inhibiting some other RNA that got the recipe wrong. This process is called RNA interference (RNAi), and it acts as a self-correcting system within the complicated genetic kitchen of your body. Alex Dainis explains the importance -- and exciting potential -- of RNAi.
Lesson by Alex Dainis, animation by Cinematic Sweden.
View full lesson here - http://ed.ted.com/lessons/rnai-slicing-dicing-and-serving-your-cells-alex-dainis
CRISPR-Cas: Molecular RecordingVideo
In this video, Wyss Institute and Harvard Medical School researchers George Church and Seth Shipman explain how they engineered a new CRISPR system-based technology that enables the chronological recording of digital information, like that representing still and moving images, in living bacteria.WATCH NOW
Because BIG PCR happens in miniaturized packagesVideo
In today's scientific environment, the pressure is on to do more with less. And how do you do that? With miniaturization. Miniaturization is the key for doing more with less in the life science industry. When you miniaturize reactions, you: . minimize sample volume . lower reagent cost . boost throughput Watch a short video of Dr. Luke Linz, LGC Laboratory Operations Manager, explaining how miniaturization works!WATCH NOW
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8th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Food Analysis (RAFA 2017)
Nov 07 - Nov 10, 2017