As we celebrate Bio-Rad’s Diamond Anniversary, we pause to reflect on the many milestones in molecular biology made possible by the discovery of the DNA double helix.Read More
From the origins of digital PCR in leukemia research to stopping HIV with novel polymers to better methods for fragment-based drug discovery, BioRadiations has covered some of the most exciting life science research stories of 2013. Now take a look back at these stories and more as we review the best pieces of the year.Read More
In the early 1990s, researcher Alec Morley and his colleagues pioneered digital PCR techniques to measure acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Today, Morley is trying to develop a more accurate way to quantify chronic myeloid leukemia. Find out why he chose Bio-Rad’s Droplet Digital PCR technology for this effort.Read More
Twenty years after the discovery of the link between BRCA gene mutations and breast cancer, researcher Ryan Jensen of the Yale Medical School is looking into the interactions between the DNA repair protein RAD51 and BRCA proteins using Bio-Rad’s V3 Western Workflow.Read More
Take a closer look at Bio-Rad's initiative to bring scientists into
K–12 schools in North America by following three Ambassadors
as they go into classrooms. Find out more about what this
program offers students, teachers, and researchers.