Insights into Evaporative Light Scattering Detection (ELSD) in Chromatography
Evaporative Light Scattering Detection (ELSD) is one type of detection methods used in flash chromatography and prep HPLC. Briefly, the mechanism of ELSD involves measuring the amount of light scattered by particles of solvent, which have been dried through evaporation.
SARS-CoV-2 and Food-Borne Diseases in Germany
Mitigation measures taken during the SARS-Cov-2 pandemic in Germany in 2020 differently impacted the occurrence of food-borne infectious diseases, enabling insights into their epidemiology.
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.
A New Wearable Technology — for Plants
Researchers have created a wearable sensor for plant leaves that stays put, and makes it easy to remotely manage plants’ water stress.
Exploring Data Management in the Lab of the Future - Realizing Lab Productivity and Value From Your Data
In this episode, we speak with Trish Meek, Senior Director, Product Strategy and Marketing, Digital Science at Thermo Fisher Scientific about why data is so important to organizations who are wanting to improve their instrument usage and uptime
Automation of NGS Workflows – The Journey of Genuity Science
Are you interested in automating your NGS workflows but don't know how to get started? Learn more through Genuity Science's Automation Journey: From laying out all workflow steps and estimating sample throughput, to designing the right deck layout to automate QC, Normalization, Library Prep and Pooling.
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.
Introducing Primer Extension Target Enrichment for NGS With Brian Godwin
In this episode of Teach Me in 10, Lucy Lawrence is joined by Brian Godwin, director of reagent and assay development at Roche Sequencing to discuss primer extension target enrichment for NGS.
Why They Don’t Make Grade B Maple Syrup Anymore
Are you a grade B maple syrup fan? Well, you can’t get it anymore. To understand why, we have to look at the science behind the whole process, from sap to syrup.
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.