Life Science ResearchView All
Mastering MIQE: How to Publish High‑Quality qPCR Data
Ensure your ability to publish high-quality qPCR data by implementing Minimum Information for Publication of Quantitative Real-Time PCR Experiments (MIQE) Guidelines. Join our live webinar where our presenters will explain MIQE's core concepts using interactive tools and examples to ensure accurate and reproducible qPCR data.
How to Develop a New Multiplex SARS‑CoV‑2 Variant Neutralizing Antibody Assay in a Day
In this webinar, we will discuss the utilization of Bio‑Plex Pro Human SARS‑CoV‑2 Neutralization Custom Assay Developer Kit to efficiently develop new variant assays for the detection and determination of percentage inhibition of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‑CoV‑2) neutralizing antibodies with affinity to SARS‑CoV‑2 variants.
Fundamentals of Real-Time PCR: The Aftershow
This webinar will review the top questions on basic real-time PCR techniques and troubleshooting that were presented in the original 5-part webinar series on the fundamentals of real-time PCR.
Missed the original series, or ready for a refresher? The original Fundamentals of Real-Time PCR series is available to watch on- demand.
Clinical DiagnosticsView All
Where Do We Stand with Chronic and Invasive Aspergillosis?
In this new infectious disease webinar, Prof. Arunaloke Chakrabarti, MD, will review epidemiological data with a focus on the latest trends regarding invasive and chronic aspergillosis. Prof. Jean-Pierre Gangneux, PhD, will then discuss suitable diagnostic strategies to ensure optimal patient care.
Sickle Cell Disease and Hemolytic Transfusion Reactions (HTR)
Karina Yazdanbakhsh, PhD, will discuss our current understanding of hemolytic transfusion reactions (HTR) in patients with sickle cell disease, with a focus on potential pathophysiologic mechanisms, recommended approaches to managing HTR, and strategies to prevent the development of HTR.
HIV Diagnostic Testing in the COVID-19 Era… Are Clinical Laboratories Being Overly SENSITIVE?
This webinar will explore the current state of HIV diagnostic testing and discuss several studies detailing SARS-CoV-2 infection and vaccine cross-reactivity, along with the longitudinal specificity of the BioPlex 2200 HIV Ag-Ab Panel.
Bioprocess ChromatographyView All
Manufacturing a Recombinant Retrovirus — Downstream Purification Process Development
This webcast details the importance of resin screening, endonuclease treatment, process development, and the scale-up purification of a retrovirus-like particle intended for use in human subjects.
A Mixed-Mode Approach — Alternative to a Three-Step mAb Purification Process
In this webinar, we evaluate three monoclonal antibody purification workflows, compare alternatives to the traditional mAb three-step process focused on time and cost reduction, and we explore functionalities of mixed-mode resins.
Food & Beverage TestingView All
Classroom EducationView All
Designing Instruction to Support the Revised AP Biology Course
This webinar will provide an overview of the changes to the AP Biology curriculum, labs and exam, examples of adapting your favorite activities to the new framework, and new resources for professional development and sample exam questions.
Implementing a Skills-Based Biotechnology Program
The process of developing a biotechnology education program at your school is one that can take on many forms. One strategy that has been successful is to base the program development on skills that are utilized in the biotechnology industry. A skills-based approach is best implemented when the skills can be clearly identified and assessed by both teacher and students.
From Industrial Enzymes to Cancer Therapy — Protein Purification is Essential
This webinar shows you how easy it is to teach the core process of protein expression and purification using the clear and concise modules in the Protein Expression and Purification series. Give your students hands-on experience and the confidence they need to work with proteins. The scalability of this affinity purification process ensures that techniques and content can be adapted to match the goals of protein educators from basic lessons to an advanced college level course.