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At Scientist Solutions we cherish our role as a trusted source of information for scientists.  We hope that our newly designed site will make it easier than ever for you to access everything we have to offer.   Things may have moved around a little, but rest assured that all the features you enjoyed on our old site (the forums, the protocols, the events, my bench space, blogs)  are still here.  

Our Discussion Forums

Scientist Solutions began as a discussion board for life scientists and that is still one of our core offerings.   If you are looking for the discussion forums, please click "The Forums"  from the navigation bar above or click here.

Protocols and SciEvents

Always on the look out for new ways to help scientists to help each other,  Scientist Solutions introduced a new protocols section and an events section to our site in the past year.   Both have been very popular.   If you haven't yet discovered these listings, we invite you to do so now. 

Our Protocol Finder provides an easily searchable database of protocols that you can use both to find a protocol you need or to share the protocols that you rely on.  Just click "Protocol Finder" from the navigation bar above, or click here.

Our SciEvents section is setting out to be the most comprehensive listing of conferences, seminars, classes and webinars for life scientists on the web.   Search events listings by date, topic or type of event.    You are most welcome to add your own events to our listing too.   Just click SciEvents from the navigation bar above, or click here.

My Bench SpaceMembership Management

Are you looking for how to log in or wondering what happened to your bench space?     On our new site, we have made it much easier for you to manage your account and profile.   After logging in (note that the log in area has moved down the page),  you will see your new member status panel on the right hand side of the home page and every page.    Look here for an overview of your member information and find easy access to your newly remodeled My Bench Space, where you'll be able to edit your account information and preferences and manage your public profile.   Just click "Go to My Bench Space" from your member status panel or click here.

Blogging

Notice that featured blogs are now presented on the home page just below this article.   To read all blogs, just click the "view more" link below the featured blogs.   To create your own blog, go to your My Bench Space pages and click on the "blogs" tab.  To get to My Bench Space, log in then click the "Go to My Bench Space" link in your member status panel (see above) or just click here

Give us your feedback

We understand that it takes a little adjustment time to get used to a new design.  We apologize for any temporary confusion, but hope that once you've familiarized yourself with the new design and features you will be very pleased.   Either way, we would love to hear what you think.  Please share your opinion by clicking the 'contact us'  link at the top right of any page and send us a note or click here.




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