Glencross, Ahmed, & Wang: Biomedical Science Practice
Biomedical Science Practice is part of the Fundamentals of Biomedical Science series.
Interactive digital microscope encouraging the exploration of microbe tissue samples.
Video interviews with practising Biomedical Scientists working in a range of disciplines, to give you valuable insights into the reality of work in a Biomedical Science laboratory.
Videos of key practical techniques with practising Biomedical Scientists working in a range of disciplines, to give you valuable insights into the reality of work in a Biomedical Science laboratory. See:
Also the following Youtube videos, provided by De Montfort University HALS OER project, www.biologycourses.co.uk
Using a spectrophotometer
Using a pipette
How to use a pipette (1) – different types of pipette
How to use a pipette (2) – the Pi-Pump pipette
How to use a pipette (3) – the micropipette
Using a light microscope:
How to set up a light microscope:
How to maintain a light microscope:
The Virtual Analytical Laboratory, developed at De Montfort University, introduces you to a range of tools and techniques that are important in the biomedical laboratory. The site includes a range of open-access materials, including numerous videos.
Please note that this link is provided for information only. Oxford University Press accepts no responsibility for the content of this third party site or the content of ‘The Virtual Analytical Laboratory’.
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