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Lab Times Summer Read (5) – Feel a Fish and Make it Happy

(July 25th, 2017) Digging deep into our archive, we found quite a few gems from the past, worth a second read. Here's a 2012 Research Letter from our corresponding author, Tocou Peixes, from Portugal.

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Lab Times Summer Read (4) – “We Have to be Prepared”

(July 21st, 2017) Digging deep into our archive, we found quite a few gems from the past, worth a second read. Here's a 2009 interview with vaccine researcher Rino Rappuoli about the worldwide swine flu pandemic at that time.

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Lab Times Summer Read (3) – Spitting Hedgehogs

(July 18th, 2017) Digging deep into our archive, we found quite a few gems from the past, worth a second read. Here's some Incredible Science from the secret archives of the IgNobel committee, from 2007.

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Lab Times Summer Read (2) - “For Science, Play is Not a Luxury”

(July 14th, 2017) Digging deep into our archive, we found quite a few gems from the past, worth a second read. Here's an interview with the inventor of the Southern blot, Edwin Southern, from 2013.

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Lab Times Summer Read (1) – Praying for Dopamine

(July 12th, 2017) Digging deep into our archive, we found quite a few gems from the past, worth a second read. Here's a Lab Times classic from 2009, a Research Letter from Denmark by our corresponding author, Tahor Grundtvig.

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The Wrong Path

(July 4th, 2017) Non-functioning antibodies are a nuisance in every lab. But when two decades of research are based on them, problems are of a much bigger dimension

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Run the Experiments (12) - Tea Time!

(July 3rd, 2017) Here's a new episode of Lab Times' serialised crime story.

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Science Fun of the Week

(June 30th, 2017) Get ready for your weekly dose of science fun. Today: Riot in the Respiratory Tract.

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Ongoing UK Research Problems (4) – Royal Charter No More?

(June 29th, 2017) Independent of Brexit uncertainties, Jeremy Garwood reports on a number of other UK government policy changes and plans that are already changing the UK research labscape.

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Ongoing UK Research Problems (3) – Governing Science

(June 27th, 2017) Independent of Brexit uncertainties, Jeremy Garwood reports on a number of other UK government policy changes and plans that are already changing the UK research labscape.

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Run the Experiments (11) - The Man with the Yellow Cap

(June 26th, 2017) Here's a new episode of Lab Times' serialised crime story.

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