Two great tools for your desktop!
|Introducing two great tools from GIBCO® and Invitrogen™. Designed with you in mind, these widgets are always available at the touch of a keyboard. The Invitrogen™ search is also just a click away. Enter your keywords in the search box and select "search" to go directly to Invitrogen's search page.|
Invitrogen's Lab Timer Widget
Ever lose a lab timer? Most likely!
Ever lose a computer? Probably not!
Now with the Invitrogen™ Lab Widget Timer on your desktop, you don’t have to search through all the drawers in your lab for your old timer!
With a clear display, count up and count down functionality, the ability to set minutes, hours and seconds and the ability to track 2 timers simultaneously the Invitrogen Lab Timer Widget eliminates the need for ever having a timer on hand again. This widget can be used on all of the most popular platforms such as iGoogle, Yahoo Gadgets, Windows Vista, Mac Dashboard Widgets and more.
Time experiments, time presentations or just use it as a great tool for time management.
or Windows XP / 2000 users click here.
Invitrogen's RSS Reader Widget
There is no limit to the number of feeds that can be put into the widget and it can be used on all of the most popular platforms such as iGoogle, Yahoo Gadgets, Windows Vista, Mac Dashboard Widgets and more.
Widget Q and A's?
Q: What’s a Widget?
A: A Widget is a tiny application, almost like a mini-website you can run on your computer desktop, or on the web. In addition to your desktop, Widgets can run on personal homepages like iGoogle, or on your profile on social networking sites like Facebook, Friendster or MySpace.
Q: How do I install the Invitrogen Lab Timer and RSS Widgets?
A: Easy. Just pick your platform using the buttons on the right on the download page, and in a few clicks you’ll be connected to Invitrogen like never before. If you’re a Windows 2000 or XP user, the widget will install just like any other application. Just download by clicking on the Windows XP / 2000 link above, double-click the EXE file and in a few clicks the Widget will be running on your desktop.
Q: I tried to install the Widget and it didn’t work. Did I do something wrong?
A: Are you at work? Some companies restrict user’s abilities to download and install applications. Talk to your Help Desk or run the Widget on your home computer. Alternatively, use the Widget on the web, like a personal homepage or Facebook. Running the widget on the web requires no install.
Q: How do I uninstall the Widget?
A: If you’re running the Widget on Windows XP or 2000, just go to Start > Control Panel > Add/Remove Applications. Find the Widget and uninstall. If you’re using any other platform, please refer to the provider’s website for information on removing a Widget.