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Current Protocols Pop Quiz

From now until 10 November 2015 , stand a chance to win Amazon eVouchers when you take our Current Protocols pop quiz. Discover a wealth of knowledge from hundreds of laboratory protocols as you take part in this easy and fun quiz. How it works? 1. Enter your particulars. 2. Answer 3 questions successfully and […]

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Infectious Joy: Celebrate Life-changing Research from Winners of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine

Alfred Nobel willed the largest share of his fortune to establish a series of prizes – the Nobel Prize Awards, to those who have “conferred the greatest benefit to mankind” on 27 Nov 1895. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine is one of the series of Nobel Prizes established and 210 individuals have been […]

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Nominations open for the 15th annual Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences

The annual Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences, awarded by the Wiley Foundation, has recognized breakthrough research in pure or applied life science research since 2002. It seeks to honor research that is distinguished by its excellence, originality and impact on our understanding of biological systems and processes. This annual prize provides the awardee with: A […]

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How Much Do You Know About MERS?

The recent outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in South Korea garnered much media attention and sparked international concern. It is the largest outbreak beyond the Arabian Peninsula and the daily rise in case count and fatalities prompted numerous countries to issue travel advisory alerts. How contagious and deadly is MERS? How much do […]

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Jean Lu Current Protocols

Online Interview : Jean Lu from Academia Sinica on Current Protocols

Please share with us more about yourself. I was a postdoc at Yale University and start to launch functional screens in embryonic stem cells. After I established my laboratory in 2007 at Academia Sinica, I set up and performed the first high throughput shRNA in mouse and human embryonic stem cells and an unbiased cDNA […]

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