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1-day intensive lab courses include Essential Laboratory Skills, Essential Molecular Biology, Essential Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics, and Molecular Separation Methods.
2-day extended lab courses include Discovering Molecular Biology, Discovering Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics, and Discovering Microbiology.
5-day lab courses, providing in-depth training, include Extended Molecular Biology Laboratory Skills and Extended Microbiology Laboratory Skills.
Taught courses provide essential background in several important topics in biosciences and include Intellectual Property & Commercialisation, Health & Safety, and Bioethics.
These in situ lab-based and taught programmes are aimed at providing tailored in-house training to groups of early career researchers and industry staff (such as sales representatives and managers), based in the UK.
These in situ lab-based and taught programmes are aimed at providing tailored in-house training in essential laboratory skills and safe working practices to early career researchers and industry staff (such as sales representatives and managers), based in Asian and Middle Eastern/Arab countries.
Get trained in basic bioscience laboratory methods by scientists from the University of Oxford, Oxford hospitals and Oxford Brookes University. 1-, 2- and 5-day on-demand laboratory training courses at Oxford (UK) in basic molecular, analytical and microbial techniques.
These taught workshops provide essential background in areas such as intellectual property in biosciences, patent applications, patent searches and regulations, good laboratory practices, biosafety and bioethics, working with GMOs and COSHH regulations.
Get in-house training in the UK or overseas in basic laboratory techniques, classroom-based workshops in intellectual property in biosciences and Health & Safety. Suitable for groups of trainees.
OxonLab is a division of LibPubMedia Ltd – a communications and training company – established in 2005 by University of Oxford scientists.