Dr Adam Pawson

Dr Adam Pawson

Senior Managing Editor, Bitesize Bio

Appears in 14 Episodes

Jump into 3D Organoids: Basic Culture Techniques and Advanced Applications

Organoids are three-dimensional in vitro cultures derived directly from patient tissues or induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) and embryonic stem cells. They self-or...

Ten Common Statistical Mistakes to Watch out for When Writing or Reviewing a Manuscript

Some scientific papers are unbelievable as they showcase experimental excellence that we did not think possible. These papers astound us with their groundbreaking find...

Reproducibility: Mastering the Art of Pipetting

Have you ever transferred glycerol or ethanol with a pipette? We all know how hard it is, and we've all been dubious about the accuracy of our final volumes. While you...

Errors and Misconduct in Biomedical Research

What are the motives behind science misconduct? How is data manipulated to evidence dubious results? And do you think you can spot edited and faked data? Any fraud in ...

Garbage In, Garbage Out: Sample Prep for Flow Cytometry

What's more disappointing than running your flow cytometry sample to discover it's rubbish? Especially considering time on cytometers can be precious, even more so if ...

Consistent, Error-Free Writing: Tips and Tricks for Time-starved Scientists

Scientific writing is an art that requires as much attention and proficiency as your hands-on lab work. When done right, it can significantly contribute to your scient...

Lab Meetings Live: Career Paths for Bioscientists

Are you an early career scientist looking for guidance on your career path? Or you're a seasoned researcher considering a career change and want to know what's out the...

Top tips for writing a research poster

Are you excited, nervous, or perhaps terrified about presenting a poster for an upcoming conference? Poster sessions can be daunting, no matter if this is your first p...

Writing for the Web—Tips and Advice for Scientists

Are you looking to share your science online with a broader audience? Or maybe you are considering a career shift and want to move into science writing.There are many ...

Grammar 101 for Scientists

We all dread the feedback on our written work, but it doesn't have to be so daunting!  Join the Bitesize Bio editorial team for a fun and friendly introduction to gram...

What is science writing? A guide for researchers considering a career change

Are you a scientist looking for a change of pace? Have you ever considered using your scientific knowledge and communication skills to become a science writer or commu...

5 Principles for Creating a Rewarding Career Inside or Outside of the Lab

Only a tiny percentage of bioscience PhD students will progress to a PI position. This statistic means that ~95% of us need to find a career path other than the tradit...

Precise, high-efficiency editing of stem cells to probe human biology and model disease

Discover how combining two nobel-prize winning technologies—cell reprogramming and CRISPR gene editing—creates a powerful platform to study basic cell biology, develop...

CRISPRi as an alternative to CRISPR-cut in human iPSCs

Get help and advice with designing and using CRISPRi in human iPSCs. Discover that CRISPRi is an efficient way to silence transcription, sometimes in a complete manner...