Cover Story |  Volume 13 - Issue 10  |  November 2018

Marketing Yourself in the Digital Age

Do good science, develop a network, enjoy the bounce

Sections

Business Management

Marketing Yourself in the Digital Age

Marketing Yourself in the Digital Age

Do good science, develop a network, enjoy the bounce

Embracing Social Media for Collaboration and Outreach

Embracing Social Media for Collaboration and Outreach

The positioning of social media as an engine for scientific collaboration appears to be taking shape

Research-Specific Labs

World's First Lab to Study Human Decomposition in Cold Climate

World's First Lab to Study Human Decomposition in Cold Climate

Northern Michigan University's FROST lab is the world's first outdoor facility to study human decomposition in a cold climate

Leadership and Staffing

Values-Based Leadership

Values-Based Leadership

How management training can prevent an unhealthy lab culture

Laboratory Technology

Managing High-Throughput Workflows

Managing High-Throughput Workflows

Digital platforms address the challenges of an expanding information pipeline

Multimedia

Tips for Sample Prep for Mass Spectrometry

Tips for Sample Prep for Mass Spectrometry

Learn a few tips to improve your chance of obtaining meaningful results

Laboratory Glassware Safety

Laboratory Glassware Safety

Practicing safe glassware handling can prevent serious injury

Linda's Lab: Lenny Gets Goggles

Linda's Lab: Lenny Gets Goggles

Lenny learns about proper eyewear safety in the lab

Lab Health and Safety

How to Safely Use Hazardous Sterilizing Agents

How to Safely Use Hazardous Sterilizing Agents

A closer look at glutaraldehyde-based chemical agents

Ask Linda: Managing Chemical Waste

Ask Linda: Managing Chemical Waste

Serious fines and penalties are possible if waste is not handled according to regulations

INSIGHTS

Sanger Sequencing: Still the Gold Standard?

Sanger Sequencing: Still the Gold Standard?

Rethinking older, established technology

Ask the Expert

Interpreting Mass Spectrometry Data

Interpreting Mass Spectrometry Data

Athula B. Attygalle is a faculty member in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Innovations in Biopharmaceutical Analysis

Innovations in Biopharmaceutical Analysis

Jared Auclair, PhD, talks about recent innovations and trends in biopharmaceutical analysis

Product Focus

Using Spectroscopy to Monitor Toxicity

Using Spectroscopy to Monitor Toxicity

Optical spectroscopy provides the potential for a rapid, cost-effective screening method for toxicity in contaminated waters

In Three Dimensions: A Cell Culture Revolution

In Three Dimensions: A Cell Culture Revolution

In a significant way, the entirety of modern biomedical research has depended on the ability to culture cells in a dish

Balance Calibration Basics

Balance Calibration Basics

Calibrations are usually done by a trained service engineer, but anyone in the laboratory is qualified to do a check.

Determining the Right Mill or Grinder for Your Application

Determining the Right Mill or Grinder for Your Application

Whether your samples are brittle, elastic, fibrous, or pasty, there is a mill capable of processing them.

How it Works

How Proper Glass Vessel Heating Works

How Proper Glass Vessel Heating Works

Heating mantles and heating tapes are widely used by today’s scientists and researchers when heating their glass vessels.

How Making Informed Decisions With Data Visualization Works

How Making Informed Decisions With Data Visualization Works

Global regulatory authorities have been raising the expectation of incorporating quality by design (QbD) into pharmaceutical development.