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ONIee of the week - Assistant Accountant

We're excited to reveal more about a day in the life here at ONI. This week we're talking to our Assistant Accountant - Abey Ali

Topics: People

Using dSTORM to study purified extracellular vesicles

Cells release different types of small-sized membrane vesicles (from 30nm to 1000nm) as a way of communicating with other cells and remove unwanted cell contents; these vesicles are collectively known as extracellular vesicles (EVs). Here we share how we have optimized the ...

Topics: Technical, Microscopy

ONIee of the week - Optical Production Technician

We're excited to reveal more about a day in the life here at ONI. This week we're talking to one of our Optical Production Technicians - Natalia

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Our 9 tips to optimize your immunofluorescence staining

We have all been there, after spending a day or two fixing and staining samples, the images don't look as good as expected, the signal is not optimal, and no obvious conclusion can be drawn from the data. We have put together some tips to help you optimize your ...

Topics: Technical

The Art in Science Competition awards from SIU with ONI

The Science Innovation Union (SIU) at the University of Oxford hosted their first ever Art in Science Competition recently, with the aim to connect diverse scientific communities and provide scientists the chance of showcasing their research in the form of artwork. Sponsors, ...

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Impressions on ISEV2019: when the world of EVs met in Kyoto

The International Society for Extracellular Vesicles (ISEV) annual conference took place in Kyoto from 24-28th April 2019. On behalf of the ONI team that had the pleasure to attend, I summarize here my impressions from the meeting, how the extracellular vesicles (EV) data ...

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Beginner's guide to STORM buffers

When preparing a sample for STORM microscopy, one of the most important factors to consider is the choice of fluorophore. The ability to accurately localize single molecules is dependent on the use of fluorescent molecules that stochastically switch between a fluorescent “on” ...

Topics: Technical

BPS19 – The best of two worlds: where biology meets physics

>The Biophysical Society (BPS) Annual Meeting brings together scientists working on a wide range of topics and attracts participants across different disciplines like physics, biology, chemistry, and computational sciences. The BPS annual meeting, therefore, offers a unique ...

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ONIee of the week - Field Applications Specialist

We're excited to reveal more about a day in the life here at ONI. This week we're talking to one of our Field Applications Specialists.

Topics: People

Making the Sunday Times Top 10 #Disruptors: What connects us?

On Sunday you may have seen that ONI made it into The Sunday Times’ Top 10 Disruptors to watch. It’s a big deal for the team here - our hard work has paid off. But most of all we’re very proud to be rubbing shoulders with the other companies that made it.

Topics: People