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.
A Greater, Greener Commitment
The possibility to dramatically reduce environmental impact without compromising the integrity of research has propelled the rise of innovative, cost-effective solutions for improved lab sustainability.
GMP Compliance Made Easy
The FDA considers laboratory controls vital to the safety, quality, and efficacy of drug products
Make Every Drop Count
The choices made in selecting a water purification system can have an impact on the environmental footprint of an organization or facility.
Avoiding Buyer's Remorse
There are still many questions to be asked and research to do when considering buying pre-owned equipment.
Leadership and Staffing
Out Here in the Field
Looking at the latest portable offerings in soil and water testing, plant health and identification, sample management, and testing of raw materials, components, and finished products.
April 2016 Technology News
The latest equipment, instruments, and system introductions to the laboratory market.
Titan of Titration
New line of instruments allows users to customize their titrator to their specific needs
Lab Health and Safety
INSIGHTS on 3D Cell Culture and Organs-on-Chips
Increasingly, two-dimensional CBAs are viewed as artificial constructs since cells occur naturally in 3D.
INSIGHTS on the Growing Fingerprint Challenge
Although some fingerprint analysis is new, the concept—using fingerprints for identification—started centuries ago.
Ask the Expert
HPLC and GC Environmental Testing Techniques
Rachel Muenz talks with Terry Cain and Dr. Michael Wichman about environmental testing using HPLC and GC
Gearing Up for Microbiome Research
Lab Manager contributor Tanuja Koppal, PhD, talks with George Weinstock, PhD and director of microbial genomics at the Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine.
Troubleshooting a Titrator
When titration runs into trouble, history impacts the troubleshooting
Working with Radiological Isotopes
Rumors of the demise of radiolabeling are very much exaggerated
Beads for Baths
Whether an experiment or procedure requires heating or cooling, beads can be easier to use and more economical.
Rotary Evaporators: Must-Have Features
Rotary evaporators, or “rotovaps,” may be found wherever processes require sample concentration or solvent distillation.
2016 TOC Analyzers Survey Results
Find out the top ten features and more from our latest TOC analyzer survey results.
2016 CO2 Incubator Survey Results
Learn which applications are most common and more from our latest incubator survey results.
Are You in the Market for an.. Electronic Lab Notebook?
Find out how readers use this technology and more from the latest ELN survey results.
2016 Water Purification Survey Results
Learn readers’ purchasing plans and more from our latest water purification survey results.
How it Works
How Measuring Conductivity Over a Wide Range Works
Conductivity measurements provide fast, continuous, inexpensive indications of changing electrical and material properties.
How Standardized Soil Testing with a TOC/TNb Analyzer Works
The Haney Soil Test has made a big impact in the study of soils and is becoming easier and more accurate than ever.
Products in Action
Starline Plug-In Raceway
STARLINE Plug-In Raceway® is the next generation in raceway systems created to meet the ever-changing power distribution and datacom needs of retail, labs, data center, and higher education customers.