Leadership and Staffing
The Four Stages of Management, Part 2
Each stage of development has its challenges, but the rewards are success and ease in the role of manager.
The 2nd Annual Salary & Job Satisfaction Survey
This year's survey paints a generally happy picture, with the majority of lab managers saying that they are satisfied with their salaries and the work they do.
Staffing firms match scientific talent with global industry needs while satisfying workers' desire for freedom, flexibility, and mobility.
Lab Design and Furnishings
Strategic outsourcing of noncore activities can maximize resources while increasing the quality of products and services.
It's More Than Ordering Pipettes & Running Samples
An innovative master's degree marries science and business.
What to Do When Your Lab's Budget is Almost Spent, and the Year Isn't Over Yet
You're nine months into the year and your lab's budget is almost spent, now what?
Lab Health and Safety
How it Works
Solving Common Water Bath Problems
The challenge of incubation has always been to provide an ideal environment for heating and thawing while minimizing the occurrence of contamination. The use of a dry, metallic thermal media in lieu of water in a traditional water bath is a simple way of eliminating a common source of contamination in the lab.
How to Increase LC-MS Sample Throughput with Multiplexing HPLC Systems
Multiplexing technology enables parallel HPLC systems to synchronize to a single mass spectrometer.