Independent Antibody Validation to Improve Research Quality

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Science Exchange partners with antibodies-online.com to independently validate commercial antibodies enabling researchers to choose high quality research reagents PALO ALTO, Calif. — Press Release — Science Exchange, in partnership with the world’s largest marketplace for antibodies, antibodies-online (www.antibodies-online.com), announced today the launch of a program to independently validate thousands of commercial antibodies via the Science Exchange Independent Validation […]

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Science Exchange Provider Profile: Tamas Nagy from the Comparative Pathology Lab

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For this week’s provider profile we caught up with Dr. Tamas Nagy, the Director of the Comparative Pathology Laboratory. Read all about his unique path to veterinary pathology, and that one time he did histopathology on an amorphous material found on a commercial refrigeration line. […]

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Science Exchange Stories: Dana Carper at CSU Sacramento

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How one student overcame research roadblocks, and expanded her thesis through online collaborations. Lab malfunctions, construction, and sample contamination are far-too-frequent occurrences when you are doing research. They are a thorn in the side of graduate students, post-docs, and professors alike. With impending deadlines, it often feels like you have no control over your own […]

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NASA’s Super-Black Carbon Nanotubes Developed through Science Exchange

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A collaboration formed on Science Exchange has lead to new developments in the production of carbon nanotube forests – the blackest materials ever measured! The research resulted from a partnership between NASA and the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (MCN), a part of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF). “NASA and the ANFF’s research is monumental, and we […]

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