9.7 A focus on understanding standard curves

Standard curves (sometimes called calibration curves) are incredibly important in research and medical diagnostics for quantifying an analyte. How do they work and how do we know if the data we get when using them is accurate and precise?


Professor Robyn Murphy

Professor Robyn Murphy is an accomplished researcher who focuses on various aspects of skeletal muscle biochemistry in health and disease. In addition, she is a Deputy Dean and Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching with a passion for science and quantitative literacy education. Watch an interview with Robyn to learn why standard curves are so important and how we know if they are accurate and precise. You will also hear about strategies you can employ to reduce anxiety around and become more proficient in mathematics.

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