Stay Informed Infographics

Staying on top of the techniques used in your laboratory is crucial for the research you do. The basic techniques are often the ones that cause most of the problems because they are so widely used.

  • Does everyone in your lab know how to do reverse pipetting?
  • Does everyone know what is influencing homogeneous cell growth in your cell culture?
  • Is everyone preparing a mastermix the same way?

Our Stay Informed Infographics Series helps you stay on top of techniques and make sure procedures are consistent throughout your lab. See how we create our infographics in our latest animation.



Video: Precise and Repeatable Pipetting of Problem Liquids


Pipetting seems easy, but some tips and tricks can help you to get consistent and reproducible results—even with difficult liquids.

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Nowadays, PCR can be robust and easy—but you can still run into difficulties. Make sure to get the most out of your PCR with some simple tricks.

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Video: Aerosols in the Lab

Aerosols are colloidal systems of droplets and / or solid particles suspended in air. Aerosols can be found almost everywhere in the world and we inhale them continuously, so we should differentiate between harmful and harmless aerosols. The most important aerosols in the laboratory environment are bio-aerosols.

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Stem cell culture in stirred-tank bioreactors makes scale-up easier and allows comprehensive monitoring and control of parameters like temperature, pH, and dissolved oxygen. Here are some tips to help you transfer your stem cell culture from dishes and flasks to bioreactors.

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Cell culture techniques are usually taught by experienced lab mates. To reduce experimental errors, it is, of course, important to follow established procedures. But there are additional small steps you can take to further increase the quality of your results.

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