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Webinar Wednesdays

Tell the world your story with Webinar Wednesdays

In academia, few graduate students and postdocs have the opportunity to showcase their science to those outside their lab and department. Additionally, there are few opportunities to practice scientific narrative crafting.

To let scientists tell their stories on a big stage, Proteintech is launching Webinar Wednesdays: 15 minute talks by young scientists on ongoing research using Proteintech’s social media and website as a megaphone.

Webinar Wednesdays: How does it work?

To be a part of this initiative, please follow the link below. Nominees must be based in a research laboratory in a university or research institution. A panel of Proteintech staff will pick the most exciting science for next steps.

Those selected will be provided with the materials to record their 15-minute presentations and Proteintech will upload their talks to the website and share on social media. 

Showcase your science by recording a webinar

Previous Webinars

Smart drug delivery tool to fight against cancer by Samaresh Sau - Wayne State University

Dr. Samaresh Sau, research associate at Wayne State University, discusses novel personalized therapies using dexamethasone and click chemistry based nanotherapy.

Molecular Mechanisms of lncRNA HOTAIR Webinar by Dr Allison Porman, University of Colorado

Dr. Allison Porman of the Aaron M. Johnson lab in Colorado University discusses the molecular mechanisms of the lncRNA HOTAIR and other epigenetic factors in this installment of Webinar Wednesdays.

How to optimize your immunofluorescence (IF) webinar by Dr Karolina Szczesna

Presented by Proteintech product manager Dr Karolina Szczesna this webinar gives you technical tips and advice on how to optimize your immunofluorescence experiments to achieve the best results.

Conquering Wild Westerns by Dr William Olds

Dr William Olds looks at conquering those wild westerns, focusing on common issues such as background, extra bands and low signal.


Terms and conditions of Webinar Wednesday:

  1. Only scientists from Universities and Research Institutions are eligible to take part in this competition.
  2. Scientists must be based in a University Institution or research lab in the US or Europe.
  3. All scientists selected agree to the use of their names and likenesses in publicity without notice or any additional compensation, except where prohibited by law. By submitting an entry, entrants acknowledge that Proteintech has the right to publicize and broadcast their name, voice, and likeness, the fact that they won, and all matters incidental thereto. These activities may include the following: An interview, featuring on Proteintech blog/website, social media, and associated press releases.
  4. Scientists can only provide one entry. Any further entries will not be eligible. Nominators must complete the application form in full.
  5. Scientists will be selected by a panel of Proteintech staff.
  6. By submitting your entry, you have verified that you have permission from all parties to show your data and waive Proteintech of any responsibility for any issues arising from disclosing unpublished data.
  7. By submitting this application, you agree to receive information from Proteintech. Your information will never be sold or used by a third party.
  8. By participating in this program, you allow Proteintech the right to retain this video in perpetuity. 
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