Perspective On: A Biotech Lab

July 14, 2010

Jonathan V. Sweedler is a busy man: he runs a large research group in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Illino...

Perspective On: A Forensic Crime Lab

June 10, 2010

The National Academy of Sciences has unanimously recommended 13 measures to address problems plaguing crime-lab forensics, in...

Perspective On: A Mobile Training Lab

February 8, 2010

Launched in 2006 in part to solidify North Carolina's standing as a national biotech hub, the BioNetwork mobile laboratory is...

Perspective On: A Food Testing Lab

December 3, 2009

The U.S. imports food from more than 150 countries and territories. Much of it is fresh produce and seafood, which can carry ...

Perspective On: A Contract Lab

November 4, 2009

Contract labs perform scientific research and testing on one or more components of projects for external clients. Contracts c...

Perspective On: An Environmental Lab

October 7, 2009

Lab manager Larry Decker's TestAmerica environmental lab in Connecticut is where he and his staff analyze thousands of soil, ...

Perspective On: A Forensics Lab

August 31, 2009

Its a little like the hit CBS show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation–a team of experts solving crime by examining pieces o...

Producing Fuels from Plants

January 7, 2009

The U.S. Department of Energy's Bioenergy Research Center does everything from chemical and biochemical analyses to bioengine...

Risky Research

September 17, 2008

An interview with Rachel Wilson, Ph.D., assistant professor of neurobiology, Harvard Medical School. 
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