Cells Seen; How to Tell, What to Tell; New UC Campus Hiring Scientists

TRAINING @ | Cells Seen WHAT: Immunocytochemistry, in situ hybridization & live cell imaging WHERE: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY WHY: Course teaches and emphasizes the use of specialized techniques in microscopy, in situ hybridization, and immunocytochemistry ADVANTAGES: Several protocols are presented for students to assess their merits in relation to their own research WHEN: October 18-31, 2003 DEADLINE: July 15, 2003 COST: $2385 (US) CONTACT: An

Mark Cohen
May 4, 2003

TRAINING @ | Cells Seen

WHAT: Immunocytochemistry, in situ hybridization & live cell imaging

WHERE: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

WHY: Course teaches and emphasizes the use of specialized techniques in microscopy, in situ hybridization, and immunocytochemistry

ADVANTAGES: Several protocols are presented for students to assess their merits in relation to their own research

WHEN: October 18-31, 2003

DEADLINE: July 15, 2003

COST: $2385 (US)

CONTACT: Andrea Stephenson, 516-367-8344, stephens@cshl.edu

URL: meetings.cshl.org/2003/2003c-situ.htm

 

TIP TROVE | How to Tell, What to Tell

Courtesy of Mark Cohen

Before discussing your research with any company, at the very least, you should arrange a confidentiality disclosure agreement. The best-case scenario is to have already filed for a patent application. Scientists frequently make the mistake of believing they're meeting with company executives just to talk about science. Often times, companies want to hear what's going on, even if they don't think...