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Podcast: Interview with Addgene's Founders

Posted by Tyler Ford on Apr 13, 2018 8:51:50 AM

In this episode of the Addgene podcast, we sit down with Addgene’s Founders - Melina Fan, Ken Fan, and Benjie Chen. We learn what it was like to get Addgene off the ground and what the founders hope to see in the repository’s future. If you’ve ever been curious about what it takes to start your own nonprofit, this is the episode for you.

 

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Topics: Inside Addgene, Addgene News, Podcast

Imaging Tools and Following a Passion for Basic Biology: Interview with Joachim Goεdhart

Posted by Tyler Ford on Mar 9, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Today on the Addgene Podcast, we have another interview conducted by European Outreach Scientist Benoit Giquel. Ben recently spoke with Joachim Goεdhart, a professor at the University of Amsterdam. In addition to creating and sharing many great fluorescent protein tools, Professor Goedhart is very active on Twitter and has helped us update many of our educational resources. Listen to hear all about Professor Goedhart, his lab, and some of the tools he’s developed.

 

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Topics: Fluorescent Proteins, Podcast

Hot Plasmids Podcast Episode 3: Optogenetics Tools, Improved CRISPR Base Editors, & More!

Posted by Tyler Ford on Oct 25, 2017 9:00:00 AM

In the third episode of our Hot Plasmids podcast series, you'll learn about optogenetics tools for controlling protein activity, methods for increasing CRISPR editing efficiency, new CRISPR base editors, DIY DNA ladders. You can find additional hot plasmids in our quarterly newsletter or on our hot plasmids webpage.

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Topics: Podcast, Other Plasmid Tools, Plasmids

Hot Plasmids Podcast Episode 2: New RFPs, AAVs, & More

Posted by Tyler Ford on Sep 8, 2017 3:52:44 PM

In the second episode of our Hot Plasmids podcast series, you'll learn about new red fluorescent proteins, AAV tools for targeting the nervous system, and vectors for zebrafish engineering. You can find additional hot plasmids in our quarterly newsletter or on our hot plasmids webpage.

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Topics: Hot Plasmids, Podcast

Stem Cell Models for Disease & Open Science: Interview with Darrell Kotton

Posted by Tyler Ford on Jul 7, 2017 9:32:42 AM

Darrell Kotton is the director of the Center for Regenerative Medicine at Boston University Medical School. Darrell’s research focuses on the lungs, and, among other projects, using stem cells to develop in vitro models for lung disease. Darrell strives to promote open source biology in his own lab, at the Center for Regenerative Medicine, and within the biomedical research community. Along these lines, Darrell recently joined the Addgene Board of Directors where he hopes to help keep us focused on our core mission to promote scientific sharing. Listen to learn more about Darrell, his research, and his focus on open science.

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Topics: Podcast, Stem Cells

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