News & Announcements
The most recent news posts and ICBR announcements are shown below. For more information, or to schedule an event please call (352) 273-8030 or e-mail ICBR.
Apr 4th, 2014
We are pleased to announce the creation of the Digital Biology Group (DiBiG), a new subunit within the ICBR Bioinformatics core. DiBiG provides full-spectrum bioinformatics services to UF researchers, including […]
Mar 25th, 2014
University of Florida scientists, including ICBR’s director, will send a sixth experiment to space to better understand biological functions with the SpaceX-3 Dragon capsule launch to the International Space Station. […]
Feb 26th, 2014
During this two-day laboratory and lecture workshop, participants will learn and practice two-dimensional electrophoretic techniques and subsequent protein identification by mass spectrometric method. This workshop will benefit those wanting to […]
Feb 25th, 2014
A two day workshop of informal lectures and hands-on techniques, catering to those new to mammalian cell culture or needing a refresher course on the basics.
Feb 12th, 2014
By Sarah Carey, UF College of Veterinary Medicine University of Florida researchers have developed a simple immune-based screening test to identify the presence of a debilitating and usually fatal disease […]
Jan 31st, 2014
The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) will be on campus to promote space-based research and opportunities on the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory (ISS-NL.) CASIS […]
Jan 31st, 2014
Jonas Korlach, chief scientific officer of Pacific Biosciences, and UF’s Eric Triplett, professor and chair of the Microbiology and Cell Science department, will present current applications of the PacBio platform […]
Dec 24th, 2013
ICBR is currently in the process of implementing a new web-based project management system, iLab Solutions. The iLab system will be the main customer interface for ICBR and will replace […]
Dec 13th, 2013
By Kimberly Moore Wilmoth, UF/IFAS A University of Florida researcher has mapped the DNA genome of a new strain of citrus greening that could further threaten Florida’s beleaguered $9 billion citrus […]
Dec 5th, 2013
Due to demand for DNA/RNA QC analysis on a number of samples, the Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer has been configured for single-sample runs. The system automatically performs the multiple steps of gel-based electrophoresis, replacing the need to run agarose gels to separate and quantitate your RNA or DNA samples.