A new report recommends ways to improve transparency and rigor in research
Meaningful “quick read” whitepaper “Life Science Trends 2014” also offers exclusive feature article on Big Data in the Life Sciences.
Lab Manager's 7th annual Salary & Employee Satisfaction Survey is now open to scientific research professionals working in the laboratory environment. How are laboratory professional salaries faring in today's economy?
John Borchardt was a chemist, freelance writer and ACS career consultant for over 15 years, until his sudden passing this past weekend.
In his Harvard Business Review blog, Alan Lewis wrote an article titled, How My Company Hires for Culture First, Skills Second. Lewis raises an interesting question: Should managers prioritize their company’s culture over skill in the hiring process?
In 2011, Pittcon will host its Annual Conference and Expo in Atlanta, Georgia. Since 1997the last time Atlanta hosted Pittconthe citys bioscience industry has been rapidly expanding.
What the Deepwater Horizon disaster can teach lab managers about decision making
Driven by the need for greater cost effectiveness and the desire to extract the most value from pricey assets, laboratory managers are converting their unused, excess and replaced equipment into cash.
U.S. science professionals desire more recognition and training.
Researchers are doing much more online, from attending informational webinars and product press events to career building and networking.