Set your alarm clock for upcoming webinars

Monday, 31 October, 2016

Australian scientists may find themselves having an early morning on Thursday, 17 November with not one but two free webinars being held in the wee hours.

At 3.30 am AEDT, MilliporeSigma will be hosting Dr PJ Buske, from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute at the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF), in a webinar on how imaging reveals how cells find and maintain their division sites.

Dr Buske will describe how dual-colour, continuous live-cell fluorescent imaging has allowed UCSF to track co-localisation of the highly conserved tubulin homolog FtsZ and anchor proteins over multiple cell division cycles. He will also discuss how this technology can be used to elucidate key protein interactions with FtsZ to drive filament dynamics and other processes, such as cell wall synthesis and DNA replication.

To register for the cell imaging webinar, click here.

This will be followed at 5 am AEDT by Accelerated Technology Laboratories’ (ATL) webcast providing a business case for why laboratories should migrate to a next-generation laboratory information management system (LIMS). The webcast will discuss the following:

  • The challenges that legacy LIMS present that keep the laboratory from moving forward as business requirements change.
  • The differences between legacy and next-generation LIMS solutions.
  • The key characteristics of a next-generation LIMS and how they will benefit the laboratory.
  • How a laboratory can make the transition from a legacy to next-generation LIMS.

To register for the LIMS webcast, click here.

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