:: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 01-15-2014
So you’ve reached the top of the academic ladder and decided to do a PhD. You’ve performed at the top of your class for as long as you can remember. School has been a breeze. You are ready for the challenge.
So why are you finding the PhD program so darn difficult?
According to James Hayton from The Three Month Thesis, you are likely finding the PhD difficult because you are looking at it the wrong way.
:: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 11-20-2013
In August of 2012, Bio-Rad launched the Science Ambassador program, a corporate responsibility initiative fostering hands-on life science education. The program links interested scientists with interested nearby teachers through a simple website, so that the scientists can visit classrooms to conduct an exciting, one-hour DNA extraction lab. Bio-Rad facilitates these connections and supplies the scientists with free Genes in a Bottle™ DNA kits for up to 36 students per class, as well as easy-to-follow lesson plans.
In under a year’s time, the program has already made significant progress. Nearly 300 scientists and 300 teachers across the U.S. and Canada have signed up. And, in the single most important measure, more than 5,500 students (plus one big city mayor) have had the program’s signature lab experience: an up-close and personal encounter with their own DNA.
:: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 10-30-2013
What a great initiative by FASEB. You can win $5,000 while helping science at the same time. Enter the contest today!
:: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 10-16-2013
Gene’s in a bottle is one of the coolest kIts produced by Bio-Rad. Check our the reaction on these kids faces.
Your profession is your passion!
:: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 08-27-2013
Harold Varmus is the 1989 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discovery of the cellular origin of retroviral oncogenes. Check out a tribute to Dr. Varmus below.