Summer Student Tutorial Series: Pipette Calibration

July 9, 2013 at 3:32 pm Leave a comment

We’re back with another edition of the Summer Tutorial Series. The series consists of helpful videos and tips and tricks that summer students, (and other lab folks requiring a refresher), that can be viewed at their leisure without being rushed by preoccupied lab techs and graduate students.

This week we present a mundane, yet essential, housekeeping tool that can make the difference between significant data and human error. Pipette Calibration is simple to do, yet neglected by many. Learn these lab essentials now, during your summer student days, and impress your much more experienced colleagues right from the get go.

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