Hands-On Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Culture Trainees

Human iPSC culture workshop: August 5th - 13th

June 29, 2020

The CU Boulder Stem Cell Research and Technology Resource Center is excited to share that, back by popular demand, the Center is having another human iPSC culture workshop, from Wed. Aug. 5 - Thurs., Aug. 13. For this workshop, there is the option to complete it entirely remotely, or have...

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MCDB Announces Racism Hotline

June 15, 2020

If you experience or witness racism or bias please let MCDB know by using the Anonymous Hotline link below. Your communications with us are strictly confidential. We stand in solidarity with all who are speaking out against racial injustice. https://mcdbiology.colorado.edu/racismhotline/

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Postdoctoral Association of Colorado Boulder Makes Statement on Racism

June 10, 2020

Postdoctoral researchers are an important part of the University and MCDB's community. On Wednesday, June 10 PAC of Boulder Colorado announced their support of diversity, what they will do, and resources for the postdoc community to help "actively work towards creating a safe environment and equal opportunities for all postdocs".

Fluorescence Cell Counter Demo

Feb. 24, 2020

The Stem Cell Research and Technology Resource Center will be demoing two different fluorescence automated cell counters on Tuesday, Feb. 25, from 1:30-2:30pm, in Porter B254. Both systems can do normal trypan blue counting as well as flourescence options. The two systems are: Nexcelom's Cellometer K2: https://www.nexcelom.com/nexcelom-products/cellometer-fluorescent-viability-cell-counters/cellometer-k2-fluorescent-viability-cell-counter/ The system is...

Homebuying support program offered to CU employees

Feb. 13, 2020

The University of Colorado is partnering with Landed to launch a down-payment assistance program to help qualified employees purchase homes in neighborhoods close to work.

Display Your Work Online with Digication ePortfolio

Feb. 13, 2020

Digication ePortfolio is a web-based tool that gives faculty, staff, students, and alumni the ability to easily publish work online as professional and customizable presentations. An ePortfolio can contain written works, photos, videos, collaborative assignments, projects, or reflective pieces and is a great way to gather artifacts of work in...

New Olympus IX83 microscope - time-lapse, slide-scanning, & more!

Jan. 31, 2020

Our department now has a fluorescence, inverted Olympus IX83 microscope system. If you think it would be useful for your research, please send me an email so we can set up training and get you started! The Olympus IX83 system could help you with the following: Live cell/time-lapse imaging ,...

Seahorse XF24 workshop - Feb 13

Jan. 31, 2020

Must RSVP (see contacts below). On Feb. 13 th , Dr. Jay Dunn (with Agilent) will be leading a seminar and workshop to assist users with the BioCore’s Seahorse XF24 analyzer. If you are interested in attending the workshop, or would like to connect with Dr. Dunn, please contact Dustin...

Meet and Greet with Research Computing this Friday, Feb. 7.

Jan. 31, 2020

Did you know that there is a supercomputer that members of CU have free access to? Do you know about our large- and small-scale data storage options on campus? Have you heard about all of the free trainings on Python, R, high performance computing and software management, among others, available...

How do you feel?

2020 MCDB-Keystone Symposia Community Lecture

Jan. 24, 2020

Dr. Biana Bautista: How Do You Feel? The Biology of Itch, Touch and Pain Learn about mechanisms that drive chronic itch and pain, which underlie symptoms of opioid use and diseases like fibromyalgia and psoriasis, and various cancers. Dr. Diana Bautista is a Professor in the Department of Molecular and...

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