Dear scientists, we dare you not to laugh when you see your result of this hilarious summer quiz we created for you!
Find out how your habits in and outside of the lab reflect your personality – are you a spinning centrifuge, the wildcard of the bunch or a clever qPCR cycler, do you have a microscopic eye for detail or bring fiery sparks to the workplace? Find out which piece of lab equipment you are!
Let’s plant the digital forest!
What is this all about?
There is an ongoing debate about whether saving paper has anything to do with saving trees and whether the rise of digital technology is better or worse for the environment.
Meet Dr. Susanne Hollmann, a CEO of SB ScienceManagement and a scientific manager at University of Potsdam.
Splice has recently visited an international trade show Analytica in Munich, where we had an opportunity to interview Suzanne Restaino, Global Marketing Communications Manager at Gilson Inc. Gilson is one of the leading companies for automation instrumentation and chromatography systems. She shared with us some of the most insightful thoughts on what will happen with life-science laboratories in the future and how will this influence the market of lab automation.
We asked students coming from different fields of research what they imagine will happen with laboratories in the future and if they think the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud based solutions will become must-haves for Life Sciences Laboratories. We have gathered some interesting insights from the minds of young generation. Let see what they’ve told us.
Splice is happy to share the news that sciNote Open Source Electronic Lab Notebook has been launched. We have supported sciNote throughout its successful Kickstarter campaign and we are excited to see that it is finally available to everyone for free.
Being part of a large Genomics Core facility within an academic setting (Oxford Genomics Centre), my job partly entails research into and evaluation of potentially useful software tools.
What is DIY biology and how it can help you build your own lab?
The amount of time scientists spend analyzing their data has been steeply increasing since the late 1990s/early 2000s.
I have been training at updating my research skills for almost a decade now.