Tag: #LabLife

Just a little optimisation

by Sean Patmore About the author: My name is Sean Patmore I am a fourth year PhD student from RCSI, working in the Irish centre of...

The Freezer Challenge 2021

The Freezer Challenge is a program coordinated by the non-profit organizations My Green Lab and the International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories. Designed to encourage...
Alicia Bruzos

How my Master’s thesis on jumping-genes became part of an article...

Sometimes research has lucky stories behind it that should be told. We usually think of a Master's thesis as another task to earn the...

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer research: a Brazilian Lab...

The cancer research community is reacting and adapting to the restrictions placed on us by the COVID-19 outbreak. We’ve asked EACR members to contribute articles...

Coffee, data and ‘opportunities disguised as obstacles’: Day in the life...

By Samantha Khoury My working day commences at the wee hours and concludes before the sun casts a long shadow on the sundial. I admit they...
SDS-PAGE

Science Poetry: Awaiting SDS-PAGE

In a tenebrous lab with fluorescing glass slides, I rest my rough head among cultured cell lines. I wait and I wait, while the plume-like projection Gently...

Feeling demotivated? Listen to our Friday Playlist

After a month of staying late in the lab, your experiment failed? Nature declined to publish your paper (again)? You were denied funding for...
Roy van der Meel

Poster Selfies with Style

A lot of hard work and dedication goes into designing and presenting a poster at a scientific conference so it's natural to want to...

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“This stay has given me the opportunity to learn cutting-edge techniques...

EACR Travel Fellowships are co-sponsored by Worldwide Cancer Research and provide funds up to €3,000 to early-career cancer researchers. For more information on how...