Planning labs with a full array of decision makers and users enables architects to optimize lab operations during design
With the medical marijuana industry continuing to grow, labs that produce or test cannabis aren’t exactly rare
Once the decision to purchase pre-owned equipment has been made, one important consideration remains: How will it get to the laboratory?
In today’s uncertain climate, greater secrecy is beginning to preempt patenting as the intellectual property (IP) tool of choice among segments of the scientific community.
Occasionally, a group member's negative behavior can derail a meeting. Reasons for negative behavior may include a meeting climate that avoids confrontation, personal style, or even the "rush" that such actions cause
Your lab and the equipment have been operating successfully, when you experience a catastrophic power failure. How or why did this happen?
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Just how big is biomedical data? Well, genomic data alone could soon swamp YouTube™ and Twitter™ as the world’s largest data generator.
In forensic work, the smallest detail can make the difference in solving a crime. Those details can come from genetic evidence, such as DNA. Collecting the DNA is one thing, analyzing it is another.
Joy McElroy is co-owner of Maynard Consulting Company. She offers 14 years of experience as a consultant and over 20 years’ total experience in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries
Nicholas Navin, PhD, associate professor at the MD Anderson Cancer Center, elaborates on the promise of single-cell sequencing as an innovative, noninvasive tool for research and clinical use.
ICP-MS-based analytical techniques cross disciplines and are used in the food, pharmaceutical, environmental, geochemical, nuclear, and medical fields to monitor test samples for trace elements and their isotopes.
The evolution of liquid handling involves various parameters, and one of them is volume
In large part, centrifuge problems arise from user error rather than from instrument failure.
Greater flexibility increases experimental scope and capabilities
Hazardous chemicals present physical and health threats to laboratory workers if they are not managed properly
Rotary evaporators (“rotavaps”) have for decades been staples in labs and industries performing chemistry, including labs in the chemical, environmental, materials, life science, and forensics industries.