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Biosafety Cabinet Performance Envelopes: What You Need To Know
Learn how real-world lab conditions can influence your laminar flow biological safety cabinet's airflow velocity and microbiological safety performance level. Baker has developed the Performance Envelope to define the limits, and keep you safe!
Biological Safety Cabinets: Innovations in Worker Safety and Material Protection
October 2015: Learn about biosafety cabinet design to maximize personnel and product protection, including the importance of the performance envelope, in this Lab Manager webinar featured Baker's Engineering Test Supervisor Aaron Johnson.
Importance of physiological oxygen levels for improved translation of cell physiology to animal models and man
This webinar focuses on state-of-the-art techniques employed to accurately determine oxygen levels in living cells, as well as, the issues associated with reproducing physiological oxygen levels in vitro.
Microbiome, Antibiotics & Human Disease
July 2015: Antibiotics are an essential part of the medical arsenal to treat and cure many infectious diseases. Their overuse, however, is not free of consequences. In this Cell Press webinar, sponsored by Baker Ruskinn, Martin Blaser, Michael Fischbach and Julie Segre discuss the interplay between human disease, antibiotics, and the microbiome, from tracking multiresistant bugs to understanding how antibiotics may be involved in obesity and the ways to mine the human microbiome to discover new drugs.
The Story of Sir Peter Ratcliffe’s 2019 Nobel prize for Physiology or Medicine
Baker Ruskinn webinar Introduced by Krista Rantanen Ph.D., Baker's Director of Scientific Applications. In this webinar you will learn from Sir Peter Ratcliffe and Dr. Krista Rantanen on the approaches they took to make these discoveries.
Volatile Chemicals and Class II Type A2 “recirculated BSCs: How much is Safe?
Volatile chemicals, while typically used in a fume hood, may sometimes be used in conjunctionwith biological experiments which often require the use of a biosafety cabinet (BSC). We have derived a series of equations to calculate the internal concentration, maximum amount allowed safely and the time required for the evacuation of any volatile chemical, shown both by calculation and experimentation.