Last month we provided important and practical information about project management techniques and their usefulness in laboratory management. This month we turn our attention to a different management challenge that becomes more commonplace every day in every industry.
Classroom training sandwiced between pre- and post-course online activities delivers strong results.
Collaborating and communicating effectively around the world should be a top priority for most science companies and labs if they hope to compete on a global level.
The 16-session manager training program was phenomenally successful. Ninety percent of the attendees were offered promotions within a year of their graduation. Why was the program so successful?
Superhighway for lab communication amoung disparate laboratory software systems.
In September 2012, the Institute for Laboratory Automation and Lab Manager — as part of the Lab Automation University program— will offer a series of webinars under the heading “Lab Automation Is Inevitable: Are You Ready?
Portable instrumentation and analyzers are a booming business if recent announcements are any guide.
Sarah Haviland, lab manager and graduate student in the Department of Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology at the Medical University of South Carolina, shares her experiences with contributing editor Tanuja Koppal, Ph.D., on choosing and installing a new point-of-use water purification system.
The only good way to prepare for an emergency situation is to think through how you should respond and then practice doing it correctly.
Started up in 2000, A&G Pharmaceutical is an antibody-based drug theranostic (therapeutic and diagnostic) company focused on improving the screening, detection, and treatment of cancer as well as other diseases that affect people.
An analytical method that involves generating charged molecules or molecular fragments and measuring their mass-to-charge ratio through the ionization of chemical samples, mass spectrometry (MS) is a key part of many laboratories.