Pamela Ahlberg, Author Profile

Editor-in-chief, Lab Manager Magazine

Recent Articles

Twitter

On the Twitter homepage (http://www.twitter.com) is the following explanation: "Twitter is a service for friends, family, and...

Spending in Research

"The sciences could well rise in the new pecking order of career status. The Obama administration wants to double federal spe...

Blogs, Discussion Boards, Wikis...

In the current issue of Lab Manager Magazine, Gloria Metrick provides an overview of the blogs, discussion boards, Wikis, and...

Pittcon

With everyone braced for a smaller turnout in terms of exhibitors and attendees, this year's Pittcon surprised many with its ...

Editor's Buzz - Mar 17/09

If you were in Chicago last week for Pittcon, what was your impression of the show? Did you find what you wanted and learn wh...

Safety and Training

"Poor training, poor technique, lack of supervision and improper method," said Neal Langerman, former head of the American Ch...

Research Goals

The NIH is expected to receive $10 billion, including $8.5 billion for research and $1.5 billion for university research faci...

Due diligence

Due diligence in purchasing requires an investment in time and resources to manage risk and obtain the most value for the mon...

President Obama

He also said, "We will harness the sun and the winds and the soil to fuel our cars and run our factories. And we will transfo...

Invention is...

Invention is "new technology that really changes things, that is radical disruption," explains Dr. Lienhard. One reason for t...

Uncertainty breeds

How the technical or lab manager anticipates and responds to the constant and turbulent change that envelops an organization ...

Challenges for Small Labs

Based on some cursory research (visit: http://www.epa.gov/sbo/labguide.htm), the following areas seem most challenging for sm...

Communication on the Campus

David P. Friedman, Ph.D., professor of physiology and pharmacology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine, says that un...