Tip of the Week: Journal of Visualized Experiments

JoVE Tip of the WeekFor today’s tip, I want to make you aware of a resourse that may help you solve some of your bench work frustrations. Have you tried to repeat an experiment that you read about, only to have the thing fail utterly, or the data to be unusable? You are sure you could make it work & answer burning scientific questions, if ONLY you knew ‘their’ lab bench secrets? Turns out there is a journal for you! It is named the Journal of Visualized Experiments, or JoVE. You may have already seen something on JoVE – they are getting a lot of press lately. Mary pointed me to a blog by Coturnix at A Blog Around the Clock that highlighted them. But in case you haven’t heard of them, watch this week’s tip to learn more about their science protocol movies.

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