Welcome to Teach Me in 10
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Teach Me in 10 is a new video series by Technology Networks that challenges scientists to present and summarize their research area, a scientific concept, method, or technology in ten minutes or less. If the Teach Me in 10 instalment appeals to you, then, great! You've found a new area of interest in just 10 minutes.
You can then go on to deepen your understanding through further reading via the link resources accompanying each video.
This page is a curation of the latest instalments of Teach Me in 10 at Technology Networks.
This week's installment:
In this installment of Teach Me in 10, we are delighted to welcome Elizabeth K. Neumann from Vanderbilt University’s Mass Spectrometry Research Center.
Elizabeth explains how imaging mass spectrometry can be used to study a variety of biological samples. She also demonstrates how it can be used to detect hundreds to thousands of molecules at cellular resolution – helping researchers gain a better understanding of complex biological systems.
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