Webinar Events

Upcoming Webinars

Fungal Identification and Characterization

April 8, 2020 4:00 PM Central European Time (CET)

Biolog invites you to a special webinar and our guest speaker will be:

Andre Chouankam
Technical and Applications Specialist
Biolog, Inc.

Webinar Topics Include
• How to visualize Filamentous Fungi in your Lab
• Fungal Identification Methods
• Using the MicroStation™ to Identify Fungi
• Using Phenotype MicroArrays™ to Characterize Fungi

Past Webinars

How to Choose the Right Microbial Identification System for Your Lab

Considering which microbial ID system is best for you? Want to know more about how Biolog’s Advanced Phenotypic Technology can provide you with biologically relevant information in addition to a species level ID? This webinar gives an overview of our Microbial Identification Systems.

Bacterial Identification: How Mixed Cultures Can Impact Accurate Identification

Mixed cultures can have a major impact on identification accuracy with any system.  Join us for a brief webinar where we will discuss mixed cultures and how to avoid them.

Analyze Mitochondria at Higher Resolution

If you are using Seahorse in your research and are interested in mitochondrial function, Biolog would like to invite you to a 30 minute webinar to introduce MitoPlates™. This complementary technology will allow you to evaluate substrate and inhibitor characteristics of mitochondria using 96 well plates that will provide you with valuable information with short […]

Choosing the Right Microbial Identification System for Your Lab

Considering which microbial ID system is best for you? Want to know more about how Biolog’s Advanced Phenotypic Technology can provide you with biologically relevant information in addition to a species level ID? If so, please join our webinar for an overview of our Microbial Identification Systems.

Gut Microbiome: New Approaches to Analysis

Biolog invites you to a live webinar presentation on gut microbiome analysis Dr. Barry Bochner, CEO and CSO will introduce solutions to: Study the metabolism of gut communities Analyze the metabolism of individual anaerobic bacteria Improve cultivation of anaerobic bacteria Study microbiomes from a phenotypic perspective
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