Science Exchange Series A Financing

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It’s been a great start to 2013 at Science Exchange. In the past couple months, we’ve grown the number of scientific services available via the Science Exchange platform to almost 5,000, including listing services from entire divisions of Harvard and Purdue University. And we’ve seen a dramatic increase in services ordered via our platform, already matching our volume from […]

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Techniques Series: Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP)

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This is the third in a series of posts on scientific techniques, and how to use them in your research Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP), usually coupled with optical emission spectrometer (OES), atomic emission spectrometer (AES), or mass spectrometer (MS), has been most commonly used by environmental chemists to detect metals in soil or watershed, but it is […]

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Techniques Series: Using Confocal Microscopy

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  by  Carl Zeiss Microscopy    This is the second in a series of posts on scientific techniques, and how to use them in your research. Confocal microscopy is an essential tool in modern cell biology with a wide range of applications. It can be used to study cellular structures and subcellular components of organisms ranging from yeast to […]

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Techniques Series: Creating a Molecular Brain Map

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This is the first in a series of posts on scientific techniques, and how to use them in your research. The brain is comprised of billions of individual neurons. Cells in the brain are densely packed with intermixed, often overlapping types. An excitatory neuron for instance may be surrounded by dozens of inhibitory interneurons and glia. So […]

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