Successful Scientists Are Not Just Smart—They Work Smart.
As Scientists Helping Scientists, we wanted to know more about what life science researchers find the most challenging, as well as the most valuable lessons they've learned throughout their career. When we surveyed life science researchers to find out, a staggering 82% of survey respondents indicate that they sometimes feel overwhelmed at work. These researchers feel the demands of scientific research.
Despite these demands, scientists have risen to the challenge. Our survey indicates that working efficiently is key to success. The most successful scientists are not just smart—they work smart.
Scientists who work efficiently accomplish more in less time and with less effort. Even seemingly small improvements in efficiency can add up and help researchers meet the demands of science. As fellow scientists, we understand. So we're sharing these tips and tricks to make your research more efficient.
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A Smarter, More Efficient Way to Isolate Cells
How much time does it take you to isolate cells? There are ways to separate cells efficiently, wasting less time and effort without compromising reliability, purity and recovery. Watch this short video to find out how: