We are very aware that students struggle with using Gilson/micropipettes and if you do, this is session for you! It will include some practical hints and some useful tips in using a Gilson/micropipette and students are welcome to practice in the session. The other part of the session will be going over dilution factors, not only is this important if you are making cocktails it is useful in analytical sciences especially if we are trying to quantify trace amounts, so if you struggle please get some help and hints too.
Session Lead: Dr Sarah Hall and Dr Mari Uchimoto
Part of the ‘Step Up and Be The Best’ week organised by the Forensic and Investigative Sciences Course Group, in collaboration with the Employability Service and Study Skills Plus.
Recommended for level 4 and 5 students
This session is for Anglia Ruskin Forensic and Investigative Science students ONLY!