Luxury or survival strategy?
Luxury or survival strategy?
While the green movement is receiving less attention now than it has in recent years, it was able to take root with regulators who have become less tolerant of practices found to harm the environment. Many lab managers believe that adjusting their processes now may be more economically efficient and less disruptive to their work than racing to meet regulatory deadlines in the future.
Leading research institutions share best practices to meet institutional climate commitments.
If your laboratory has its own dedicated power plant or is part of an industrial facility, you may be able to drastically reduce the amount of energy you purchase while reducing your labs carbon footprint.
The main question in selecting a balance is whether it will meet the measurement uncertainty budget for the process under investigation.
Features six built-in calculation modes to accommodate solid, liquid and gas samples.
The latest equipment, instruments and system introductions to the laboratory market.
What can managers do to prevent or reduce the impact of work-life imbalance on themselves and their staff? Answers include physical fitness, recreation, distraction from the job, involvement in charitable activities, and doing things that are not connected with work.
As effective team memebers, scientists can help their organizations and laboratories continue to do the important research necessary to improve lives well into the future.
Film-based, multicavity insulating glass offers superior insulating performance, reduces noise and increases occupant comfort more effectively than low-e glass alone.
When it comes to lab design, construction or renovation, there will be problems. Accept that, and be prepared to be flexible and cooperative in finding solutions that do not compromise safety, budget, scheduling and quality.
Today, PCR is used routinely in dozens of approved medical tests in diagnostic labs and physician offices, and by millions of scientists worldwide.
Laboratory workers will immediately recognize the two basic types of balances: analytical balances and top-loaders.
Dr. Gregory Shipley, director of the Quantitative Genomics Core Laboratory at The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, discusses how he goes about evaluating and investing in new technologies and reagents.
Firetrace International, located in Scottsdale, Arizona, manufactures automatic fire detection and suppression systems.
The Contaminant Analysis Program compiles a list of common contaminants into one program.
BioCision's CoolRacks consist of arrays of receiver cavities for tubes rendered in a highly thermo-conductive material.
Choosing the right balance comes down to three main selection criteria outlined in the Independent Guide to Purchasing a Lab Balance.