A formal job safety analysis is your first and best line of defense.
ANSI standard Z358.1 is detailed in terms of defining what is appropriate for safety showers and eyewash stations.
Small changes to workflows and practices can deliver greater lab safety and efficiency.
By taking a proactive approach, the impact of laboratory waste can be considerably reduced.
Millennials are finding themselves in leadership roles, which means the narrative is changing.
Better sample management depends upon smarter automated systems
New product doubles as a centrifuge-compatible collection plate, solves shortfalls of off-the-shelf plasticware
Rapid, reliable field detection of hazardous materials is a top priority in both private and government security markets
The analytical challenge of detecting leaching chemicals in drugs, food, water, and more
Associate editor Rachel Muenz speaks to Elaine M. Ruzycki and Beth Bernhardt of the Natural Resources Research Institute's Central Analytical Lab at the University of Minnesota-Duluth
Paul Burridge, PhD, and Chengzu Long, PhD, discuss best practices when setting up a new lab for iPSC work, and more
Methods transfer between HPLC and UHPLC is becoming straightforward
Assessing the right throughput depends on the industry and the process
Some devices need better technology; others just need the sash closed
New viscometer features address common challenges in oil analysis
Positive displacement answers the needs of regular pipette users who work with viscous, dense, surfactant, volatile, hot, or cold liquids.
A benchtop device offers labs an affordable way to automate the recapping of 13mm specimen tubes and manage refrigerated inventory