Here are some of the stories you might have missed last week.
Fluorescent live cell video of Mitosis:
Mitosis in the spotlight...Cool fluorescent live cell video pic.twitter.com/rxdbpa7bCq— Paul Knoepfler (@pknoepfler) January 24, 2018
Take a look behind the scenes at one of the world's most famous hospitals:
Experience GOSH with virtual reality! Explore our new centre, the Mittal Childrenâ€™s Medical Centre, home to the new Premier Inn Clinical Building, with our immersive #virtualreality video. Meet young patients, Angel, Tristan, Rupert and Tamiekaâ€¦ https://t.co/OhPKNWtCrz 🔍🏥— GOSH (@GreatOrmondSt) January 22, 2018
Follow a day in the life of a DNA editor starting with a 4am alarm:
The Rehwinkel lab (@MRC_HIU @MRC_WIMM) take us behind the scenes of a massive #genomeediting experiment in the hunt for new clues about our immune system.Thanks @tdavenne & team putting this together! #timelapse #CRISPR #howhighcanyougo https://t.co/ztXGMFrSVz— RDM Oxford (@RDMOxford) January 24, 2018
Another day in the life, this time researcher Jane Bugler:
Jane is a Bloodwise-funded PhD student who is trying to find a cure for chronic myeloid leukaemia, a disease that is becoming increasingly common in the UK. Click to read more about Jane, her research and why itâ€™s so important >>> https://t.co/gJbL6qdyl9 @UofGlasgow pic.twitter.com/SGx3VhI6pH— Bloodwise (@bloodwise_uk) January 24, 2018
The regular Ologies podcast covers Haematology:
Not on social media?
Take a look at this tweet sent out by an American Doctor David Juurlink who wanted to convince fellow students about the value of being on Twitter. The message has been shared over 12,500 times and received hundreds of interesting replies about how social media has inspired or helped people in their work.
Iâ€™m about to speak to a group of scientists on â€œWhy every scientist should be on Twitterâ€.— David Juurlink (@DavidJuurlink) January 23, 2018
Can I get a few RTs in the next 60 minutes to show them its reach?
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