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Lab Automation for Synthetic Biology Workflows
Download this free guide to learn more about the benefits of automating synthetic biology workflows.
Best Practice for Making Particle Concentration Measurements on the Zetasizer Ultra
Download this guide to discover how you can make sure you achieve high-quality particle concentration data.
How To Use a LIMS To Improve Compliance
Download this guide to discover the key features to consider when implementing a LIMS to improve compliance.
Career Leadership Development for Women in STEM
This in-depth resource guide from Maryville University was created for girls, young women, teachers and educators who are looking to share information that encourages women to study STEM and pursue careers in the STEM field.
GeneArt Gene Synthesis
Download this guide to GeneArt Gene Synthesis, a reliable and cost-effective method for obtaining customized DNA constructs with 100% sequence accuracy, enabling more reliable protein expression and quality.
8 Tips for Implementing an Effective Lab Inventory
Have you ever followed a recipe to bake a cake? Well, following research methods in a laboratory is similar. It is important to make sure you have everything you need before you start. Download this guide to building a comprehensive lab inventory.
A Guide for Decontamination of Laboratory Equipment
Download this free guide to improve your decontamination processes for both biological and chemical contaminants.
How To Successfully Implement a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS)
This is the essential guide for any laboratory thinking of implementing a LIMS to improve processes and operational efficiency.
Your Guide to Storing Laboratory Reagents and Samples Over Time
Download this free guide to storing your chemicals and reagents, including how to manage dangerous and delicate materials.
Multiplexing Your Lateral Flow Assay
This guide outlines some of the important factors to consider when developing a multiplex lateral flow assay, be it from scratch or building on previously developed singleplex assays.