Learn Molecular Biology in Just 2 Weeks!
The New England Biolabs Molecular Biology Summer Workshop provides lecture-based learning and hands-on experience in DNA cloning, gene expression, PCR, genomics and bioinformatics, DNA sequencing, CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing, and much more.
NEB TV Ep. 26 – Course Support and Reagent Donation
Did you know that NEB offers free reagents and support to teaching labs and educational courses in the US? In this episode, learn more about NEB’s course support program, hear from various organizations who have taken advantage of this benefit, and learn how educators can participate.
NEB TV Ep. 25 – Conservation of Biodiversity
In this episode, we discuss the importance of biodiversity and conservation efforts aimed at its protection, including how we can all take part in this effort. Also, learn about Ocean Genome Legacy Center (OGL) and their dedication to exploring and preserving biodiversity in the ocean.
NEB TV Ep. 24 – Neglected Tropical Diseases
Learn how NEB’s research on neglected tropical diseases, such as elephantiasis (lymphatic filariasis) and river blindness (onchocerciasis), is helping to identify methods for detection, control and treatment.
Base modifications affecting RNA polymerase and reverse transcriptase fidelity
Behind the paper: Jennifer summarizes her group’s recent Nucleic Acid Research publication describing how individual RNA base modifications affect RNA polymerase fidelity as well as reverse transcription error rates.
NEB TV Ep. 23 – Colorimetric LAMP in point-of-care diagnostics
Learn the basics of Colorimetric LAMP, and how groups like NEB and the World Mosquito Program are using this isothermal amplification method in field tests and point-of-care diagnostics.
Social and Environmental Sustainability Brochure
Learn more about NEB’s commitment to environmental stewardship, scientific advancement and education, humanitarian efforts and employee well-being in our latest brochure.
NEB Podcast Episode #4 – Interview with Sabah Ul-Hasan: What does symbiosis in science mean?
Sabah Ul-Hasan is the co-founder of the Biota Project, a science outreach organization dedicated to celebrating communities and connecting them to the science and nature they are surrounded by. The goal of the project is to promote mutual understanding and appreciation, or symbiosis, through the production of educational videos.
Tech Note: Breaking through the limitations of Golden Gate Assembly
Learn how ligase fidelity data and BsaI-HFv2 provide 20+ fragment Golden Gate assemblies that exhibit high efficiencies, >90% accuracy and low backgrounds.
NEB TV Ep. 22 - Technical Support at NEB
Go behind the scenes into NEB’s technical support program. Hear from our scientists as they describe memorable tech support moments and interesting collaborations that have resulted from tech support calls.
Behind the paper: NicE-seq high resolution open chromatin profiling
Behind the paper: Sriharsa and Chaithanya summarize their recent Genome Biology publication describing the NicE-seq method for open chromatin profiling and the advantages it offers over current chromatin accessibility profiling techniques.
NEB TV Ep. 21 - RNA modifications
In this episode we are talking about the importance of RNA modifications. Hear about protocols for prokaryotic transcription start site (TSS) determination, as well as detection and quantitation of RNA modifications, and learn how the RNA Modification Database (http://mods.rna.albany.edu) can help your RNA research.
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