#WhatsYourWord: Awareness

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#WhatsYourWord: Awareness

August 14, 2018 by Maha J Cziesielski

Natalie Prinz is a recent MSc graduate from the University of Bremen, Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research. Her thesis focused on the effects of tourism on feeding...

Research reflections: what it takes to be a life scientist

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Research reflections: what it takes to be a life scientist

August 3, 2018 by Patrick White

We wanted to know what drives you to do your research. So we asked you. In June 2018 Abcam created a pop-up event in Kendall Square, Cambridge MA...

Personalities of the common conference

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Personalities of the common conference

August 2, 2018 by Vicky Hatch

We’ve already covered the personalities of the common lab. Now we take on the personalities of the common conference. One thing I have noticed when traveling from conference...

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Life as a scientist: inspiration and worries

July 26, 2018 by Patrick White

Rebecca Hall runs down why she became a scientist, what her worries are and what drives her. Ask more questions in the comments section and we’ll get them...

Setting up a new lab: vials and publications

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Setting up a new lab: vials and publications

July 26, 2018 by Vicky Hatch

Is there anything scarier than starting up a new lab from scratch? You go from the comfort of using your supervisors grant money to frantically applying for your...

Scientist for a day

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Scientist for a day

July 19, 2018 by Tom Roe

Being the black sheep of a family that’s tied to science by a variety of degrees, the idea of working in a lab has always seemed novel to...

Labwork and horseplay

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Labwork and horseplay

July 12, 2018 by Patrick White

While focusing on a piece of research, it can be difficult to pull yourself away from the desk when at the lab, and difficult to think about anything...

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