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Labtutorials in Biology: A new blog on the horizon

I’m very happy and excited as the lab I’ve been working in for 2 years just launched a blog that focuses on tutorials about molecular biology. Labtutorials in Biology is going to be a unique blog providing step-by-step tutorials in molecular biology and descriptions that can be really useful for students. Bálint L. Bálint, junior lecturer, is behind the whole concept and he’s been making videos and writing descriptions for weeks.

Dear Colleagues!

I have decided to make an online collection of the basic (and not so basic) techiques we use in our lab. This is a (hopefully) classical molecular biology lab located in Europe, Hungary, more close in Debrecen. I will present you the lab and environment later.

The idea is to describe these techiques, make a pdf version of the protocols we are using and in some of the cases to upload videos about these techinques.

Any feed-back is welcome at:

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Please stay tuned,

Balint

The first posts:

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  1. Roxanne #

    Would you like to share your tutorials and any other content with others on a community blog? The Canadian BioTechnologist 2.0 Blog is a communal effort devoted to the productivity of the Canadian Biotechnology sector and the fine people who take part in this profession. We are inviting bench scientists and technologists to contribute content: posters, tools, research, presentations, articles, white papers, multimedia, music downloads and entertainment, conference announcements, videos etc. Additionally, we are interested in publicizing the work of your organization. Generally, we are looking for 250 – 500 word articles.
    Please feel free to visit the blog.

    http://cbt20.wordpress.com/

    February 26, 2009
    • I left a comment for the original author of that blog. Thank you for your request.

      February 28, 2009
  2. 1sciencefairprojects #

    Online tutorials can be a great way for kids working on science fair projects to master techniques and skills required to execute their experiments. Thanks for the heads up on these lab tutorials.

    http://www.super-science-fair-projects.com

    May 13, 2009

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