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Lab Management
October 23, 2020

Laboratory test tracking

One of the leading causes of malpractice suits is the failure or breakdown of the laboratory test workflow. An integral part of this workflow is test tracking, which encompasses procedures from the point of test requests, sample collections, analyses, reports, and patient treatment plans. The test tracking system is a…
October 21, 2020

AI Research: Linguistics and the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

Name: Philipp Wicke Number of lab members or colleagues (excluding PI): 1 Location: University College Dublin Graduation Date: 2021 H index: 3 Grants: RISE (DAAD) Scholarship, UCD PhD Scholarship. Twitter followers: Too many different creative Twitter bots at my disposal to give a concrete answer. Check @the_plot_bot, @metaphormagnet (credit to…
October 19, 2020

Amphibians: Snakes and Toads’ Evolution and Spread

Name: Rick Shine Number of lab members or colleagues (excluding PI): 6 Location: Macquarie University, Sydney Graduation Date: Ph.D. 1975 H index: 122. I’ve published well over a thousand peer-reviewed papers. In 2016 I won the two biggest science prizes in Australia - New South Wales Scientist of the Year,…
October 13, 2020

Understanding How Emotions Function to Enhance Wellbeing

Name: Jenny Groarke Number of lab members or colleagues (excluding PI): I’m one of 14 members of the Centre for Improving Health-Related Quality of Life. Location: School of Psychology, Queen’s University Belfast Graduation Date: Ph.D. in 2017 H index: 6 Grants: I was awarded a PhD scholarship from the Irish…
Nucleic Acid Quantification Protocols
Laboratory TechniquesScience
October 12, 2020

The Spiral Structure of Chromosome

A Chromosome is an organized package of DNA, located inside the nucleus. The structure of a chromosome involves six essential parts, that include: Pellicle and matrix, chromonemata, chromomere, centromere, secondary constriction, and satellite body. So, chromonemata are the spiral structures that are embedded in the matrix of the chromosome and…
SDS-Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis at Neutral pH (NuPAGE)
Laboratory TechniquesProtocolsScience
October 9, 2020

Cellulose Acetate Electrophoresis

Cellulose acetate electrophoresis is a type of zone electrophoresis that separates molecules in liquid form such as proteins on a membrane or stripe made of cellulose acetate. Developed by a German chemist, Joachim Kohn (1912-1987) in 1957, cellulose acetate electrophoresis was the second form of zone electrophoresis, after filter paper…
October 3, 2020

Holographic Projections to Study the Brain

Name: Rania Mohamed Abdelazeem Number of lab members or colleagues (excluding PI): 3 Location: Cairo University, Egypt Graduation Date: B.Sc. 2004, and Master degree 2016 Hello! Who are you and what are you working on? I am Rania Mohamed, I received B.Sc. from the department of Systems & Biomedical Engineering,…
Laboratory TechniquesScience
October 2, 2020

The Cytogenetics of Fungi

As an Amazon Associate, ConductScience Inc. earns revenue from qualifying purchases Fungi is a group of eukaryotic organisms that include a myriad of single and multicellular organisms that are parasitic or saprophytic in nature. Over 1.5 million species of fungus have been discovered and they are found in a range…
PodcastPodcast: Conduct Science
September 30, 2020

The Conduct Science Podcast: Antibiotics

The Conduct Science Podcast: Antibiotics 00:00 - Intro 01:40 - Factoids 06:58 - What are antibiotics 11:13 - Bacteria background 12:45 - GCSE and schooling tangent 16:04 - Back to bacteria 18:40 - How antibiotics work 35:15 - Antiobitic resistance 46:10 - Bacteriophage 58:16 - Antibiotics and obesity 1:02:30 -…
Nucleic Acid Quantification Protocols
Laboratory Techniques
September 28, 2020

Human Sex Chromosomes and X-inactivation

Chromosomes are thread-like structures, located in the nucleus, which carry hereditary information in the form of genes. Structurally, it is composed of ‘packaging proteins and DNA molecules’, and it is represented in different shapes and numbers which vary among different living organisms. For example, bacteria have circular chromosomes, whereas organisms…
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