BETA - Send an email if you can't find something
|The first thought that comes to me|
after a user reports a problem.
An end-user is attempting to collect data, for some reason there's an issue, the end-use (click on title for more...)
Submitted: 18 November 2013, 8:48 pm
So you've got some money to spend and you figure, heck, I do so much flow, maybe I'll just buy a(nother) cytometer. Presented here are some tips to avoid buyer's remorse, see though the marketing spin, and make an educated decision on which instrument to purchase. But, before we get into that, let me first state that I'm NOT going to make this decision for you and tell you which instrument to buy. I am merely going to provide you with the tools to make as good a decision as you (click on title for more...)
Submitted: 23 July 2013, 12:29 pm
Submitted: 6 June 2013, 7:48 pm
On the ABRF about page, it states, "The Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities is an international society dedicated to advancing core and research biotechnology laboratories through research, communication, and education." But, if you know anything about ABRF, you're likely involved in a molecular biology-based core facility, namely a genomics, proteomics, or related facility. I gu (click on title for more...)
Submitted: 11 March 2013, 10:35 am
Good ole listservs (or listserves or list serves, if you will). A staple in the academic's toolbox of communication technologies. But the question is, how useful are they in today's hyper-connected, socially-networked, always-on environment? Here we'll touch on a few pros/cons as well as get you plugged in to cytometry networking hubs online.
Why I love Listservs:
- Let's face it, we all live in our inboxes, right? So, what b (click on title for more...)
Submitted: 13 December 2012, 1:33 pm