Scholarship winners and call for new applications

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Congratulations to Douglas Bennion, Brandon Fennell, Jeanette Wat, Jack Huang, Nrithya Sundararaman and David Sanghyuk Han for winning Thermo Scientific Pierce Scholarships for 2012/2013 Winter/Spring!

Learn more about these scientists-in-training and details of the Fall 2013 scholarships totaling $40,000.

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Bovine cytokine research products

ELISA Kits

Did you know that we offer ELISA reagent kits for bovine IFN gamma, IL-1 beta, IL-4 and IL-6? We realize that it’s hard to find the relatively few bovine-specific products among the many human- and mouse-specific kits and reagents. Therefore, we assembled this page to help. Here you will find a complete list of our

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Scholarships: Apply by December 14

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Thermo Fisher Scientific is awarding several academic scholarships totaling $40,000 to undergraduate and graduate students in biology. Two $10,000 scholarships and four $5,000 scholarships will be awarded.

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Light up and pair up

Antibodies

Learn about the varieties of available secondary antibodies and search for the fluor- or enzyme-labeled Thermo Scientific Pierce Secondary Antibody that you need for your next experiment. Our new resource page provides an overview of secondary antibodies and how to understand their many types and forms.

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Where is that antibody I used to know?

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Several hundred antibodies and recombinant proteins that were originally listed among other Pierce Protein Biology Products here on www.piercenet.com have been moved to our dedicated, easy-to-search website for antibodies (www.pierce-antibodies.com).

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Pierce Scholarship Program

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Thermo Fisher Scientific is offering our future science scholars an opportunity to win $10,000 in scholarship funding for the 2012-2013 academic school year. This scholarship was created to help provide educational opportunities for the future generation of scientists.

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