Likes & Shares, Who Cares?
Social media arouses conflicting value judgments in the scientific community.
When a Lack of Balance is Okay
Instead of always trying to figure out how to obtain balance in our lives, what if we gave ourselves permission to experience an out of balance life from time to time?
The SMART Lab Part II
A continuation of our look at this framework for specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-based performance goals.
Buying a Pre-Owned Mass Spectrometer
We buy pre-owned cars, so why not buy pre-owned lab equipment, such as a mass spectrometer (MS)?
Leadership and Staffing
If You Really Want Your Team to Hear You, Listen
When a leader communicates clearly to employees, everyone from research and development to sales and marketing understands the same vision and the same values of the organization’s culture.
Manage Meetings Better
Managing meetings is not easy and is not taught in universities. However, it is a skill that can be acquired.
Considering the Cloud
Despite all the hype being tossed around, the cloud is a logical evolution of previous systems.
November 2015 Technology News
In this issue we highlight companies that will be exhibiting at the American Society for Cell Biology’s annual meeting and exhibition (ASCB 2015).
Optimizing the Analytical Workflow
UV-Vis line looks to make analyses quicker and easier
Lab Health and Safety
Lab Health and Safety Tips
Ask the Expert
Miniaturizing Ultraviolet-Visible Spectrometers
Overcoming physical, mechanical barriers
CO2 Incubators: Preventing Contamination and Using Effective Sterilization Keeps Cultures Growing
87 percent of laboratory staff globally have at least one cell culture contamination event per year
Analytical Balances: Focus on Gravimetric Pipette Calibration
Pipette calibration begins with a reliable analytical balance
Mills and Grinders: Like Coffee, Some Science Needs Just the Right Grind
“To get the grind right, a scientist must pay attention to the details.”
2015 Gas Chromatography Product Survey Results
See the results of our 2015 survey to see respondents' purchasing plans, the most common GC detectors, and more
2015 Microplate Handler Survey Results
Learn the most common handler types, and more in the results of our 2015 survey on this key microplate technology
2015 Stirrers and Mixers Survey Results
Mixing solutions is one of the most common laboratory tasks
2015 Centrifuge Product Survey Results
Find out how purchasing habits and the most popular types have changed since our last survey.