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We've been Highly Commended in the 2021 CiteAb Awards!

We've been Highly Commended in the 2021 CiteAb Awards!

We are delighted to announce that Hello Bio has been Highly Commended in the 2021 CiteAb Awards! Read some of our customer nominations for the prestigious ‘Researchers’ Choice’ category, and find out more about the awards themselves...

By Sam Roome PhD
Views: 2027
International Women’s Day 2021: Celebrating Women In Life Science

International Women’s Day 2021: Celebrating Women In Life Science

It’s International Women’s Day on 8th March, and we’re taking the opportunity to say a big thank you to all of the incredible women in STEM who have contributed to our blog over the last year. Read their stories and check out some of their fantastic articles and blog pieces from the last 12 months...

By Sam Roome PhD
Views: 1422

Hello Bio US office celebrates 5th Anniversary

Our US office is 5 years old today! To celebrate their 5th Anniversary we asked our very own Paula Klockner, Head of US Operations to share her reminisces from the last 5 years…

By Sam Roome PhD
Views: 523
EU Office Opens, supporting scientists in the EU

EU Office Opens, supporting scientists in the EU

Our EU Office is now open - offering fast delivery, our usual low shipping fees and no customs duties. Easy hassle-free ordering for researchers wherever they may be in the EU!

By Sam Roome PhD
Views: 1993
Covid-19: Practical Advice for Researchers

Covid-19: Practical Advice for Researchers

With all of the uncertainty around the world at this time, we want to do our very best to ensure that researchers around the world will still have access to our products, protecting the continuity and integrity of their research, where they are still able to do it. We have compiled some FAQs that might help to address some of your immediate practical concerns...

By Sam Roome PhD
Views: 4189
Novel water-soluble, potent DREADD ligands, licensed from the NIH

Novel water-soluble, potent DREADD ligands, licensed from the NIH

We are delighted to announce that we have launched two novel water-soluble hM3Dq & hM4Di ligands – JHU37160 dihydrochloride and JHU37152 dihydrochloride. These are exciting tools for scientists studying GPCR and DREADD signalling. Hello Bio has been granted a licence from the National Institutes of Health to manufacture these novel tools and make them commercially available for the first time to life scientists worldwide. Find out more...

By Sam Roome PhD
Views: 26580
Share your Hello Bio product images with us and get an Amazon voucher!

Share your Hello Bio product images with us and get an Amazon voucher!

Do you have images sitting on your hard drive or smartphone, that show Hello Bio products in action? if you do, you could earn a $10 / £10 or €10 Euro Amazon gift voucher!

By Sam Roome PhD
Views: 2854
Stability of DREADD Ligands in Solution - a Review

Stability of DREADD Ligands in Solution - a Review

Check out our new technical review: Stability of DREADD ligands in solution. Find out all you need to know about how to handle, store and use commonly used water-soluble DREADD ligands (such as Clozapine N-oxide dihydrochloride, and Compound 21 dihydrochloride) - and discover brand new data on the stability of these important tools.

By Sam Roome PhD
Views: 2409
Review on Neural Stem Cells & Small Molecules

Review on Neural Stem Cells & Small Molecules

Check out our new mini-review on Neural Stem Cells & Small Molecules - it includes descriptions of the small molecules commonly used in neural stem cell research, and the signaling pathways that they target...

By Sam Roome PhD
Views: 2629
The Big Life Scientist Survey: Here’s What You Told Us

The Big Life Scientist Survey: Here’s What You Told Us

The results of The Big Life Scientist Survey are in!

Thank you so much to all of you 222 life scientists from around the world who took the time to answer our questions and helped spread the word about the survey.

We asked the life sciences community a range of questions around funding, study replication, lifestyle, equal opportunities and diversity with some eye opening results...

By Sam Roome PhD
Views: 4536