A look back at the top five most read articles of the year
Celebrating the top articles, events, and successes of the year
In this year’s Lab Manager gift-giving guide, we highlight some of the “artier” options that celebrate science
The Lab Manager editorial team shares 10 STEM-themed options to gift your loved ones in this 2020 Holiday Gift Guide
Ten STEM-themed gifts to give your loved ones this holiday season
The Product Resource Guide is invaluable to have on-hand all year round.
Whether it’s in print or digital format, our aim with the guide is always to help you make the best decisions possible when it comes to selecting products for your lab
Whether you’re online or offline, Lab Manager has you covered when it comes to making the best product purchases for your laboratory.
This month’s issue looks at a number of technology developments having an ever greater impact on scientific research.
Having discussed “green” laboratory initiatives in every April issue of Lab Manager for the past four years, one might think there would be nothing new to say on the subject. But think again.
Government regulations, like death and taxes, are an inescapable part of today’s laboratories
This month, we do a quick Q&A with Angela Errera, director of marketing, membership, and communications at the Laboratory Products Association (LPA). She discusses the reasons you may want to become an LPA member.
Welcome to Lab Manager’s first issue of 2016, in which we look at a number of challenges and changes facing today’s lab managers.
With the holidays upon us, most are looking forward to enjoying time away from the lab or office with friends and family.
This month, we chat with Frost & Sullivan's Christi Bird about the results of the F&S survey of Lab Manager's audience.
Is there any other side of business? We say no.
Another summer, another Lab Manager Product Resource Guide. Or is it?
Traditional laboratories—small, separate rooms with not much light and few amenities—began their transformation more than a decade ago. The consensus was that researchers working in isolation or within a single, narrow discipline fostered neither creativity nor innovation.
Last month I took a mini vacation to Northern New Mexico, a place I fell in love with years ago when I drove from my home state of California to New York after college. Taos and the surrounding area offer some of the most enchanting landscapes I’ve ever seen.
Every April for the past five years, Lab Manager’s cover story has highlighted developments in green laboratory practices.