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Summer Student Tutorial: Goodbye Summer Students

In a final tribute to our summer student tutorial series, we’d like to take this opportunity to recognize the hard work and devotion of all the summer students that devoted countless hours to life in the lab. We are sure that all of your colleagues are wishing you good luck in the coming school year (and good riddance).

August 29, 2013 at 2:34 pm Leave a comment

Summer Student Tutorial: How to Cast an SDS PAGE Gel

Welcome to the sixth installment of the summer student tutorial series where summer students learn essential lab techniques without sapping the resources of their graduate student lab-mates. In this edition, you will learn how to make an SDS-PAGE Gel. Enjoy! And once again, if there are other tutorials you would be interested seeing in this space, please let us know and we will try to get it online as soon as possible.

August 21, 2013 at 3:04 pm Leave a comment

Summer Student Tutorial Series: How to Stain an SDS-PAGE Gel

Please note that this video was produced by LabTricks which is not affiliated with Bio-Rad Laboratories or the European Biotechnologist.

August 13, 2013 at 10:03 am Leave a comment

Summer Student Tutorial Series: How to Make and PH Buffers

The summer is almost coming to a close, but it is not too late for you summer students to still learn a thing or two! In this week’s intalment of the summer student tutorial series, we are proud to present you with another video courtesy of LabTricks on how to properly make and PH buffers for your experiment.

As always, if there are other tutorials that you are interested in, please let us know and we will do our best to post it in this space as soon as possible.

The video is courtesy of LabTricks which has no affiliation to Bio-Rad Laboratories.

August 6, 2013 at 2:45 pm Leave a comment

Summer Student Tutorial: How to Avoid a Leaky Gel

This week’s summer student tutorial is something that we have all experienced in the past. Leaky gels. While the best solution is probably to purchase a new pad, for the more resourceful scientists out there, here is a tip for you.

The video is courtesy of LabTricks which has no affiliation to Bio-Rad Laboratories.

July 25, 2013 at 4:12 pm Leave a comment

Summer Student Tutorial: Running a Mini-PROTEAN Gel

Welcome to the third installment of the summer student tutorial series where summer students learn essential lab techniques without sapping the resources of their graduate student lab-mates. In this edition, you will learn how to set up and run a mini-PROTEAN TGX Precast Gel. Enjoy! And once again, if there are other tutorials you would be interested seeing in this space, please let us know and we will try to get it online as soon as possible.

July 18, 2013 at 1:02 pm Leave a comment

Summer Student Tutorial Series: Pipette Calibration

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.

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

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