Do you have a story you want to share?

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Do you have a story you want to share?

April 24, 2019 by Patrick White

We started this blog with a desire to help young scientists. Not every day in the lab is a paradise of success and desired outcomes. Over the years,...

bioRxiv: power to the pre-print

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bioRxiv: power to the pre-print

August 13, 2019 by Vicky Hatch

Q&A with Dr. John Inglis, co-founder of bioRxiv and medRxiv, and Executive Director of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press The use of biology pre-prints has taken off in...

Lab sessions Vol 7: bring the sun to you

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Lab sessions Vol 7: bring the sun to you

July 12, 2019 by Patrick White

When the sun is shining but you’re still in the lab. Put this on to simulate the summer breeze rushing over you as you lounge in the back...

PhD side quests: productive procrastination

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PhD side quests: productive procrastination

July 2, 2019 by Jake Newitt

Ever since I started my journey in science at university, I’ve always been aware of just how much you can achieve – when you should be doing something...

Social picks #labcreativity

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Social picks #labcreativity

June 20, 2019 by Patrick White

The long hours in the lab will always induce the state of “seeing beer in regular things” syndrome. We’ve realized that we need more 3D cell imagery. Surely...

Science accidents (the best of and totally meta)

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Science accidents (the best of and totally meta)

June 13, 2019 by Bill Hinchen

You know when you’re in the lab, and you’re working on a project, you’re pouring your heart and soul into it, and you’ve been doing so for about...

Break a leg: just don’t do it literally

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Break a leg: just don’t do it literally

June 6, 2019 by Elke Muntjewerff

It’s chaos in the laboratory; donor blood is coming in and my experiments are on hold. Students walking around rudderless and colleagues full of questions. Some of them...

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