While many activities are simply classic home-based science experiments with the addition of pumpkins or apples, others help add to our understanding of the changing seasons
Articles in our September and October issues will cover this relatively new method of funding in the sciences
Now is your chance to let us know how you feel about your job as a lab professional, and how well we’re doing in helping you run your lab like a business
If a disaster were to strike your facility, would you and your staff be ready?
This year's awardees for the Seeding Labs program were selected from a pool of 65 applications sent from 24 countries
Book by plant biologist touches on issues many women in science face
We look back at the strides Lab Manager has made this past year
A difficult funding environment is nothing new for laboratory professionals
Recent study shows it’s a lack of company support that keeps many women from pursuing leadership positions, rather than lack of ambition
We outline five recent studies that aim to tackle a number of kids’ health challenges
Limiting a list of possible field research sites to only five seems almost like a crime, considering all planet Earth has to offer
Awkwardness with the practical side of science shouldn't be a barrier to pursuing it as a career
Why is forensics such an appealing field for female science students?
Nonprofit announces 2016 awardees and honors donors at Positively Instrumental event, plus, we share our Seeding Lab notes from Pittcon
Eggs aren’t just great for Easter, they’re awesome for science as well! Here are a few recent areas of research where eggs have made a splash.
With Black History Month in full swing, we take a brief look at the key contributions of five African-American women to their scientific fields.
World-famous polar explorer helps launch new cold storage solution
A roundup of recent research that might aid those who hope to eat better, exercise more, and generally improve their health in the new year
This past year saw a number of changes for Lab Manager. We look back at our biggest moments from each month in 2015.
We highlight five current scientific studies that fit with the spirit of the season