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Interactive pathways now available

We now have 21 interactive pathways available on our website covering research fields in epigenetics, cancer and neuroscience.

Providing a clear overview of a particular biological pathway, our user-friendly pathways are directly linked to our catalog, so you can easily browse for products related to your favourite targets.

Browse interactive pathways »


Get lovely treats for you and your lab

Love Your Lab? So do we. Every month, we're giving you the chance to win treats for your lab. All you need to do is provide a few details to be entered into our prize draw.

Last month's prize was a goodie bag. This month your lab could win Molly lab coats and soft toys.

Enter 'Love Your Lab' »


Find out more about our 2014 calendar artists

Each month Abcam introduces you to the talented scientists featured in our 2014 calendar. Get to know more about them, their research and inspirations.

Meet the artists »


Supporting the University of Otago's discoveries

Francesco Marino is a final year PhD student in Medical Science at the University of Otago in New Zealand, working on two members of the TGF-b superfamily. He has shared how Abcam has helped him discover more.

Read the interview with Francesco »


Congratulations to our Abreview promotion winner

Congratulations to our Abreview promotion winner Sarah Sabir

Sarah Sabir is the winner of a free registration to Maintenance of Genome Stability 2014 for her abreview. This years meeting will take place in St. Kitts.

Learn about the meeting


Interview with Russell Neuner for the SimpleStep™ ELISA webinar

We are happy to announce our next webinar, with Russell Neuner from Abcam, who will be presenting a brand new technique, the SimpleStep™ ELISA.

Russell will not only introduce us to this technique, but will also explain its application in research, advantages and many other interesting facts. We recently stopped for a minute with him to discuss the top issues the topic rises and to give us some insights into this webinar.

Read the interview with Russell »


Submit an Abreview and win a conference registration

We are giving away a free registration for Maintenance of Genome Stability 2014 valued at $1495.

Submit feedback on any cellular and biochemical assay before November 29, 2013 for your chance to win the free registration. The winner will be notified by e-mail.

Raffle details »


Chromatin Structure and Function - live updates

We are happy to announce Lorena Aguilar Arnal from University of California, Irvine, will be reporting live updates from our Chromatin Structure and Function meeting, keeping you informed of discussion topics, event news and speaker highlights. She will also be presenting a poster abstract and reporting back on what her experience is like at an Abcam event.

To keep up with the event follow Abcam on Facebook, Twitter and here on the blog daily, November 11-14, 2013, for regular updates.

Meet our blogger »


Interview with Ann Wheeler | Webinar

We recently caught up with Ann Wheeler, the presenter for the Principles and Practice of Confocal Microscopy webinar to get her thoughts on this upcoming webinar.

This webinar will highlight the importance and principles of confocal microscopy and is ideal for biochemists, molecular scientists and biomedical scientists.

Read the interview with Ann Wheeler »


Abraffle Winner- August 2013

Here are the latest Abraffle winner for the month of August 2013, from our prize draws at tradeshows and other events. Abraffle winners all win a free antibody of their choice!

Christian Vilos

  • Event: Bioshow event at Harvard NRB

Please email Abraffle@abcam.com by September 15, 2013 from the email address you submitted in order to claim your prize.

Abcam organizes our own conferences to provide opportunities for junior scientists to showcase their work, we send our scientific experts all over the world to keep up-to-date with the latest research. You can also view the scientific tradeshows that we will be attending, we look forward to meeting you!

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