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29 Jun, 2020Making it Work: How a Full-time Scientist.com Employee Started Teaching Kids’ STEM Classes


Once shelter-in-place orders became mandatory in mid-March, parents across the country were tasked with a new role: homeschool teacher. It’s one thing to…

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21 Jun, 2020Working in the Lab During a Pandemic: What to Expect


As businesses begin to reopen, including laboratories, researchers should expect operations to look slightly different. Based on conversations we’ve had with existing partners and recent literature, here are some of the proposed changes for projects that must be done in person:

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04 Jun, 2020Four Coronavirus Proteins to Aid the Fight Against COVID-19


Guest blog written by antibodies-online.com (last updated June 4, 2020) The first occurrence of human infections of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) was recognized in…

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12 May, 2020Scientist.com’s Key Resource in Pandemic: COVID Collaboration Center


In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, Scientist.com has developed the COVID Collaboration Center (CCC), a free website that brings together descriptions and links…

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03 Mar, 2020Inside the Cell: The Biology of the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2


Brian Dalby, PhD, Senior Director/Research Concierge at Scientist.com, discusses the biological makeup of Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Though much of the world is hearing about…

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