The Laboratory for Radical Science With Professor Oded RechaviVideo
The tagline for the Rechavi lab at Tel Aviv University, Israel, is "The Laboratory for Radical Science", and in this Teach Me in 10 installment, you will find out why.
2C or Not 2C: CYP2C Induction Studies for Successful Preclinical Risk Assessment (Webinar)Video
This webinar will focus on CYP2C induction and will emphasize when to include CYP2C induction in a study, how to design the study to generate meaningful data and meet the regulatory requirements, what endpoints to measure, and how to interpret results.
Non-Invasive & Real-Time Cell Analysis on Standard Well Plates Directly in Your IncubatorVideo
The RESIPHER series of cell culture monitors are the world's first handheld devices to measure oxygen consumption in standard multi-well plates, providing continuous insight directly from your incubator.
Forever chemicals are used in everything from rain jackets to jet fuel. But the chemistry behind what makes them useful also makes them stick around in the environment and us...forever?Watch Now
Experts Ron McNaughton, head of the Scottish Food Crime and Incidents Unit (SFCIU), at Food Standards Scotland, and Chris Elliott, professor of food security at Queen's University Belfast and director of the Institute for Global Food Safety, took part in a joint question and answer interview tackling a variety of food crime issues.Watch Now
Dr Christine Metz is committed to research that will advance women's health, primarily focusing on the gaps in diagnosis and care for patients with endometriosis. In this episode of Teach Me in 10 she teaches us all about her work and its implications.Watch Now
It may seem that rabbits that walk with their hind legs over their head--like an acrobat walking on her hands--belong in a circus, but this breed spends almost all the time in a lab. By comparing these sauteur d’Alfort with run-of-the-mill breeds, researchers are learning what it takes to move limbs in a coordinated way. Now, they have pinned down the single genetic mutation that likely causes this peculiar form of locomotion.Watch Now