Is it difficult to take Bento Lab on a plane? Not at all! Here are 5 top tips for flying with your Bento Lab, so that you really can take your lab wherever your research takes you.
Identifying the sex of birds can be essential for bird owners, breeders, conservationists, and many other people. A DNA test to determine the bird’s sex is often the best solution.
We are excited to showcase two small but impactful hardware additions to Bento Lab: a foldable imaging hood and a 2 mL capacity rotor.
We’re excited to announce the release of a new firmware release for Bento Lab. This update enables running multiple modules at the same time, as well as many more improvements. We highly recommend all Bento Lab users to update their software as soon as possible.
Bento Lab received a Good Design Award Gold Accolade in the Product Design Medical and Scientific category. The annual Good Design Awards is Australia’s oldest and most prestigious international Awards for design and innovation.
Based on the island of Crete, BioCoS is using DNA solutions to tackle food fraud. Dr Athanasia Dourou explains how they have validated their technology to test the authenticity of olive oil.
Focusing on the health of great apes, Ineke Knot is bringing genomics research and molecular biology techniques to remote field sites.
Down in the depths of underground caves, biospeleogists are uncovering new species using molecular techniques, including DNA barcoding and Sanger sequencing.
Field mycologists (amateur fungal experts) in the UK have been using DNA barcoding to identify fungal biodiversity and characterise new species.
On a Mediterranean Ecology field trip, Dr Elizabeth Duncan and a team of students use Bento Lab to extract fungal DNA from bees, and run rapid PCR assays to identify Nosema infections.