When you’re a lab manager, it can be challenging to find the time to work on your own career development.
Planning the Next Step in Your Career
When you’re a lab manager, it can be challenging to find the time to work on your own career development
The 12th Annual Salary and Employee Satisfaction Survey
Career satisfaction remains strong among laboratory professionals
Lab Manager Radioactive Materials Infographic
Learn more about the challenges of working with radioisotopes
Hazardous Chemical Safety (Infographic)
Protection from hazardous chemicals requires knowledge and training.
Linda's Lab: Meetings Matter
For some unknown reason, Linda leaves Lenny in charge of the weekly lab meeting while she's away
Essential Analysis Instruments Meet Simplicity
Density meters and refractometers continue to evolve to suit researchers’ ever-expanding needs
Leadership and Staffing
Lab Health and Safety
Essential Eye Protection for the Lab
If there is one thing we are certain about, it is the presence of potential eye hazards in laboratories
Laboratory Disaster Planning: Lessons Learned from 2001 Tropical Storm Allison
What research laboratories can do before an emergency strikes to better prepare themselves and protect their samples and their data
Ask the Expert
Changes and Trends in Elemental Analysis
Dr. Bryan Tomlin obtained his doctorate degree in chemistry from Michigan State University, where his dissertation was in the area of nuclear structure studies.
Trends in Clinical Genomics
George Miles, MD, PhD shares some details on his work in clinical genomics
Getting the HPLC Gradient Right
To separate solutions, scientists often turn to high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)
Efficiency, Reliability, and Possible Danger in Protein Quantification
Biochemical assays are dependent on the fidelity with which one can quantify the relative concentrations of proteins in solution.
Getting the Most Out of Your Homogenizer
To get the most out of a lab homogenizer, it is crucial to select the right features for given applications and to maintain it properly.
What to Know When Choosing Microplates
Most life scientists use some sort of microplate, and probably for more than one application
How Are You Using Your FTIR Spectrophotometer?
Learn some of the most exciting applications and more from the latest FTIR survey results
What do Flow Cytometry Users Have to Say?
Learn some of the common problems users experience from our latest flow cytometer survey results.
What Do Particle Size Analyzer Users Have to Say?
Learn about the key techniques used and more from our latest particle size survey results
What Are Buyers Saying About Viscometers?
Find out the frequency of use and more from the latest viscometer survey results
How it Works
How Normalizing Biological Data Works
Normalization of functional biological data is a key component in the workflow for performing and/or subsequent analysis of raw data to ensure accurate and consistent interpretation of results.
How Standardizing Cell Culture Media Works
Cell culture media must be designed to consistently deliver optimal performance