See inside Bio-Rad’s custom antibody facility and learn how specific antibody requirements can become a reality through the use of Human Combinatorial Antibody Library (HuCAL®) technology for specialized custom antibodies.
Introduce students (and teachers) to the concepts of photosynthesis and cellular respiration in the context of how these processes evolved and how they affect our daily lives.
A look inside Julianne Zedalis’ classroom at The Bishop’s School in San Diego, CA, gives a glimpse of how a master teacher implements inquiry in her classroom. Bio-Rad’s ThINQ! Investigations enable instructors to guide students through real-world inquiry investigations. These labs meet the revised College Board curriculum requirements and are aligned to AP Biology Big Ideas; they are designed to connect inquiry to NGSS and college curricula, encouraging students to think like real scientists.
The Bio-Rad Science Ambassador Program participated in the 2014 Bay Area Science Festival’s Discovery Days at AT&T Park event. See one volunteer Science Ambassador talk about conducting a real DNA experiment with students.
Now I Have My Own DNA – The Bio-Rad Science Ambassador Program at the 2014 Bay Area Science Festival
See a range of students talk about the unique experience of extracting their own DNA, and one volunteer Science Ambassador talk about conducting a real DNA experiment with students.
In this new video series, Bio-Rad offers answers for some your most frequently asked questions. This installment covers setting up and taking inventory of your Bio-Rad Supply Center.
Enthusiastic students describe the fun they had with the Science Ambassador DNA experiment.
Automated supply centers reduce paper and packaging waste, apart from providing convenience. As part of its sustainability efforts, Bio-Rad is increasing the number of its supply center sites. The video describes how the supply center works.