Category 'CiteAb news'

  1. A day in the life of CiteAb software developer Rob

    Rob Willison joined CiteAb over the summer as our new software developer, working closely with the team at Storm who initially developed our platform and will continue to support it. Rob is not completely new to CiteAb – he joined us from his degree at the University of Bath, where he did a computer science […]

  2. Further evidence shows why you must ALWAYS validate antibodies!

    We recently blogged about validating your antibodies, and a lot of you got in touch to share your experiences and also suggest another study we should feature here on our blog. Our last validation blog pointed out that while our team here at CiteAb aims to help you find the best potential antibodies for your […]

  3. The awards are back!

    We’re currently working with our product team to launch the 2018 CiteAb Awards, featuring some brand new categories. The awards aim to celebrate the very best suppliers and individuals in the sector, recognising the efforts that are made to progress science. Our founder, Dr Andrew Chalmers, said: “We’ve added a few new members to the […]

  4. A day in the life of CiteAb product manager Alicia

    Alicia Cooper joined our team this summer as one of our two new data product managers. Today we introduce Alicia and give you an insight into the work she does with us here, and learn about how we can expect her to keep us all supplied with baked goodies over the winter! Alicia graduated from […]

  5. A day in the life of CiteAb product manager Rebecca

    Rebecca Sadler joined our team this summer as one of our two new product managers. Today we introduce Rebecca and give you an insight into the work she does with us here, and we chat to her about her exciting new hobby! Rebecca graduated from her biology degree at the University of Bath earlier in […]

  6. You must ALWAYS validate – and this is why

    As you know, here at CiteAb we aim to help you find the best potential antibodies for your experiments, but that doesn’t mean that you don’t still need to validate them when you get them. This need has recently been highlighted with the publishing of a new research paper by Sandra Andersson from the Department […]

  7. Have you seen our widget in action on distributor sites?

    Exciting news – this week our citation widget has been put into use for the first time on a distributor website. Previously a number of suppliers have used our citation widget on their websites, including Cell Signaling Technologies, US Biological, Rockland Immunochemicals and Bethyl Laboratories. We also provided our first ELISA citation widget to Active […]

  8. Thank you to our 50k monthly users!

    Great news – you’re here using CiteAb and you’re in really good company. A lot of it! The CiteAb user base has grown and grown, and we are now helping over 50,000 users like you to find quality antibodies every month. In addition, we have now got over a million citations listed in the CiteAb […]

  9. Catch up on your free data!

    Over recent weeks we’ve covered loads of different data stories here on our blog and have given away free data with each of them. We thought it might be helpful to provide a quick recap, and links to help you collect any of the free data sets you might have missed out on. We reported […]

  10. New text mining tech gives autophagy insights

    We recently told you that we have some tech updates in the pipeline – and today we are going to speak to one of our developers, Matt Helsby, to show you a new piece of tech we’ve created. So Matt, what’s new? “Hi there! Today we’re launching an update to our text mining technology which […]