Scientists often overlook some of the intuitive but less-obvious ways to reduce energy use in the lab
Existing laboratories provide significant opportunities to reduce utility consumption, improve sustainability, and manage costs.
Environmental stewardship in the lab
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Ynsect uses mealworms, the larval stage of the common beetle species Tenebrio molitor, to produce its insect-based fish feed.
Traditional life science search tools don’t perform the difficult but necessary intelligence work of analyzing, aggregating, and structuring data in research papers
New compact Raman spectrometer allows for simultaneous analysis of a single measurement point using multiple analytical techniques
The latest equipment, instruments, and system introductions to the laboratory market.
As a multidisciplinary activity, drug discovery relies on a range of life science analytical and processing platforms.
From the environment and health, through medical manufacturing, carbon has an impact on water purity.
David S. Hage, PhD, is the James Hewett University Professor of Chemistry at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
J. Christopher Love, PhD, associate professor in chemical engineering at MIT, and Maroof Adil, PhD, postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, talk to contributing editor Tanuja Koppal, PhD, about advances in single-cell sequencing.
Analysts are always looking for a handheld, push-button replacement for complicated laboratory processes
When selecting a new biological safety cabinet (BSC), many factors should be considered.
Anything in a bath or that was in a bath can cause contamination if a scientist sidesteps ways to avoid the problem.
Both products and techniques can help reduce these issues
Accuracy and performance of results are the top most sought-after features in a TOC analyzer, according to our most recent survey results.
Learn what our readers are using CO2 incubators for in their labs, and much more in our 2017 survey results
Learn how often our readers use their lab shakers and much more in our 2017 survey results.
Get questions to ask when purchasing, plus the results of our 2017 survey.
Absolute Resource Associates (ARA), an environmental firm in Portsmouth, NH, has found that performing Subpart Q studies for clients has been well worth the time and effort
Generating, directing, and controlling heat to accomplish goals in localized areas can be challenging in a lab or production environment for numerous reasons.