In BioNetwork’s Counting Cells with a Hemocytometer you will learn how to:
Count cells using a Hemocytometer.
Recognize living cells vs... read more
Lesson 3: In this guided exercise, learners will explore environmental protection policies, look at the purpose of and use of Material... read more
Lesson 2: Bloodborne Pathogeons explores the fundamentals, transmission methods, and prevention techniques for reducing the risk of... read more
Lesson 1: Introduction to Current Good Manufacturing Practices, introduces the fundamentals of cGMP and how they apply to the companies... read more
BioNetwork’s Virtual Microscope is the first fully interactive 3D scope - it’s a great practice tool to prepare you for working in a... read more
Take a self-guided exploration of a common laboratory microscope including its care, components, and usage.
This interactive lesson covers an overview of the IBC Blender hardware, a review of safety considerations, and interactive portions that... read more
Sterile Gowning Procedures is a serious game that teaches the steps for proper sterile gowning and gloving.
Learn about molarity through this interactive scenario where you will assume the role of a new TA working with Dr. Orville Catalisk.
This module includes, the basics of centrifugation, effects of gravity on particles in suspension, operation of a centrifuge, differential... read more
Getting ready for a job interview can be a stressful task. Being prepared and having the right information can be critical to making a good... read more
You’re the newest member of the Quality Assurance department at CATT - the Center for the Advancement of Toast Technology. Your mission is... read more
This eLearning module will give you an understanding of the process used to develop drugs and why it costs so much to bring a new drug to... read more
In this program, we’ll look at the production of Green Fluorescent Protein. GFP is used as a biological marker, and when attached to a drug... read more
This eLearning module will introduce you to the reasons why we protect human participants in research studies and how we get their... read more