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Having difficulties with dilutions? Let our calculator help you!

By Sam Roome 2 months ago 416 Views No comments

Do you have difficulties with dilution calculations? Don't worry - help is at hand with the Hello Bio Dilution Calculator...

Search with a list to find products quickly

By Sam Roome 9 months ago 63942 Views 1 comment

Try our Quick Multi-Search tool to find lots of products quickly. Just type or paste a list of product names in - and the multi-search feature will do the rest...

In a muddle with molarities? Let our calculator help you!

By Sam Roome 10 months ago 1085 Views No comments

Do you get in a muddle with molarity calculations? Don't worry - help is at hand with the Hello Bio Molarity Calculator...

Scientist Approved

By Sam Roome 11 months ago 5527 Views No comments

Our products are of the highest quality, and performance, and used by scientists around the world - but how do you know that? To give you that extra level of reassurance, look out for our ‘Scientist Approved' seal - a stamp of approval by real scientists, and a further mark of our scientific integrity...

Apply for our travel awards - it's easy!

By Sam Roome 11 months ago 10976 Views No comments

Every month we award a travel grant of $500 to a post-graduate. It's really easy to apply - a quick form to fill in...and job done...read on to find out more...

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

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 6105 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?

Ten common lab mistakes!

By Sam Roome 1 years ago 4422 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...