Bohemian Rhapsody (aka "The tale of a Post Doc") - Laboratory Parody
A parody of the song "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen recorded and sung and produced by James Clark (Lecturer in Aerospace Medicine, KCL).
Waters Explains Deployment of Empower Cloud
We explain how we've made Empower Chromatography Software (CDS) available for scientific laboratories around the world from the cloud, using Amazon Web Services. More info: https://www.waters.com/empowercloud
Signals Notebook: The Modern Electronic Lab Notebook from PerkinElmer
PerkinElmer Signals Notebook allows you to achieve meaningful scientific breakthroughs – faster, smarter and easier to keep track of your material evidence.
Genohm's SLIMS 6.1 Update Adds New Features
See the highlights of Genohm's latest LIMS + ELN Package, SLIMS 6.1, released this month. The package includes more customisation options and a new Dashboard feature.
How to Select a LIMS Consultant
What do you look for when selecting a LIMS consultant? This video will go over the traits to look for and how to make sure the LIMS consultant you select is the best fit for your needs.
Biggest Science News Stories of 2017
We have seen some amazing scientific breakthroughs in 2017, here is a selection of our favourites.
The Only Detox You'll Ever Need
Your body is working hard to clear out toxins before you spend a dime on expensive detox products. Toxicology expert Raychelle Burks explains how in this kale-free episode of Reactions.
Take a 3D Voyage Through the Brain
Put your head inside a brain! A new immersive virtual reality (VR) experience now offers a unique way to visualize and interact with large volumes of 3D anatomical brain data.
Fruit Fly Brains Inform Search Engines of the Future
Salk scientists, Saket Navlakha and Charles Stevens have a paper that shows that the way fruit flies identify smells that are most similar to ones they’ve encountered previously could improve computer search algorithms.
LabTube TV meets Elizabeth Admirand, Epizyme
Elizabeth Admirand, Principal Research Scientist, discusses how entering the clinical stage drove changes to Epizyme's sample management systems for compounds and biologics.