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March 2017

We asked our scientists: what's the best career advice you've ever had?

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 9448 Views No comments

Throughout our careers, and in our lives, advice and encouragement from people we look up to and admire is often our biggest motivator. We spoke to Hello Bio's team, advisory board, and customers to ask them: what's the best advice you've ever been given?

Customer profile: Kasper B. Hansen

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 42343 Views No comments

Hello Bio customer Kasper B. Hansen is an Assistant Professor, working in the Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Montana. Kasper has shared with us some information about his research and ambitions...

Travel award winner: Carmen Coxon

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 861 Views No comments

Back in April 2015, Carmen Coxon was one of our first Hello Bio travel award winners. We caught up with her to find out how she got on at her conference...

CNQX Disodium Salt - the Movie!

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 94193 Views 5 comments

Watch the latest Hello Bio Blockbuster! Oscars here we come...

Come and see us at the BNA Festival of Neuroscience!

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 82705 Views No comments

Hello Bio is supporting international neuroscientists by exhibiting at BNA2017: Festival of Neuroscience. James Flanaghan, Hello Bio's Head of Product Development will be at stand no. 14, to chat to you about our latest products and offers, and more importantly to send you on your way with a free Hello Bio goody bag!

Customer profile: Alen Eapen

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 1923 Views No comments

Hello Bio customer Alen Eapen is a second year PhD student, working under the supervision of Professor David Jane, at the University of Bristol. We chatted to him, to find out more about his research and ambitions...

Ten common lab mistakes!

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 6346 Views No comments

We know how difficult it is starting a PhD, or as a post-doc in a new lab. There is much to remember, new protocols, new systems and new techniques to get to grips with. We asked a sample of researchers from a variety of labs - including PhD students, post-docs and lab heads to tell us about their experiences, and the mistakes that are most commonly made. Here's what they said...