Flexible design and access to talent are the keys to agile research and development
Lab Design and Furnishings
'Living Lab' in Ottawa Conducts Cutting-Edge Science in Family-Friendly Environment
Families planning a visit to the Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa now have the opportunity to participate in cutting-edge scientific research.
The Secret Science of Great Design
“Good design is in the things you notice. Great design is in all the things you don’t” - Win Hovens
5 Key Factors to Consider When Selecting Lab Furnishings
The pace of research and development has greatly accelerated, and so has the need for well-equipped and efficient laboratories
Do You Know Where Your Water Has Been?
The long journey from source to tap
Leadership and Staffing
Lab Health and Safety
Ask the Expert
Toxicology Testing in the Opioid Epidemic Era
Lab Manager editor Lauren Everett speaks with Alejandro Amador, COO of Ammon Labs.
Automation and Robotics for Academic Drug Discovery
Fraser Glickman, PhD shares some details on the work being done in his core facility.
Mass Spectrometry Can Address Many Shortcomings of Immunoassays
Immunoassays span the spectrum of analytical biology, from basic research through medical diagnosis.
Optical Microscopy: Considerable Life in Centuries-Old Method
Scientists have used light microscopes for hundreds of years
Appropriate Furnishings Help Keep Cleanrooms in Compliance
Despite the name, a cleanroom is much more than simply a room that is kept clean
Streamlined Offerings Take Guesswork Out of Centrifuge Purchases
Centrifuge providers have eliminated a lot of the guesswork and streamlined their offerings through a combination of adaptability, ease of use, and vastly improved technology.
Are You in the Market for a Thermal Analyzer?
Learn the most common types of thermal analyzers readers use and more from the latest thermal analyzer user survey results
Do You Need Electrophoresis Systems in Your Lab?
Learn about exciting new applications and more from our latest survey results.
What You Need to Know When Buying a Balance
Choosing the correct balance for your application, or a series of balances that suit all of your application needs, is the first step in good lab weighing practices
5 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Microwave Digester
Learn readers’ most sought-after features and more from our latest microwave digesters survey results
How it Works
How Quenching Tissue Autofluorescence Works
Problem: While immunofluorescence provides excellent subcellular visualization of proteins, glycans, and small molecules, inherent autofluorescence can complicate the signal
How Ensuring Continuous Online Data Collection Works
Problem: Argonne National Laboratory is tasked with measuring all types of
climate information—often working in some of the world’s harshest environments