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.
The Fraser lab at University of California Davis tested
Bio-Rad’s NGC system for the purification of ribosomal complex proteins in their studies of protein translation mechanisms.
The NGC system enabled these researchers to significantly increase their protein purification throughput and save valuable time in the lab.
A look back at this year's most interesting
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From technical reports to tips and techniques, featured applications to featured field research, we've compiled the best-liked stories from the past year in a single convenient location.Read More
Although the Western blot is a core lab procedure, surprisingly little has changed in traditional bench work practice since its inception in 1979. The V3 Western Workflow delivers a streamlined solution to the conventional western blotting workflow as explored here by one protein researcher specializing in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).Read More
For Dr Steve McCarroll’s laboratory at Harvard Medical School, being able to analyze how the copy number of a genomic sequence varies within a population, what parts of the world it varies in, and how its variation relates to other genetic variation in that region of the genome is crucial. And the QX100™ Droplet Digital™ PCR lets him accomplish that, for the first time.Read More