The right approach can turn a reduced budget into a positive learning opportunity
The government giveth, and the government taketh away
The administration is asking for $5.7 billion in fiscal 2018 funding for the EPA
The Laboratory Products Association (LPA) is urging Congress not to decrease federal funding for the National Institutes of Health
How to strategically manage your equipment, supplies, and personnel budget
Setting up a new lab can present many challenges, not least among them is managing your budget.
Pharmaceutical companies, healthcare providers, research organizations, universities, and government agencies are continuously under pressure to cut costs due to a generalized economic downturn. This pressure has moved the procurement process to the forefront, with managers looking to achieve better business performance through more effective management of categories, suppliers, and teams.1
Let’s face it—running a laboratory can be expensive
Writers Richard Harris and Robert Benincasa paint a depressing picture of where U.S. scientific research is heading.