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When you have an optimized lab, you have more time to be strategic, attend a conference, or just recharge and explore. Running a laboratory is no walk in the park, any scientist could attest to that. The constant daily requirements to calibrate instruments, maintain compliant processes, schedule preventative maintenance or instrument repairs is a lot …

Robust asset management is the bedrock of any lab. Ensuring equipment is well maintained and kept will keep efficiency high. To get ahead of their increasingly complex day-to-day activities, higher throughput demands, and ever-growing cost pressures, labs need to be as efficient and optimized as possible. Save Money by Increasing Productivity It’s well-known truth in …

How to Prevent Climate Change Inside a Laboratory

For people that live in a 4-season geography, summer days promise cloudless skies and sun-soaked windows. However, laboratories must consider how these cyclical changes can risk their analysis accuracy. Certainly, houseplants thrive in southern-facing windows, but that glorious summer radiant heat shining into an already instrument-ladened space can create unreliable microclimates. Microclimates can take over …

Achieve Big Lab Dreams on a Small Lab Budget

Starting a new lab is a heavy lift, both in time and money. There’s so much to do and so many variables to consider before getting your new lab up and running. Plus, the choices made at startup will have an impact on the lab – far into the future. If you want to get …

Typical morphology of each cell death

Detection of cell death is one of the most recognized flow cytometry applications. Combined with various death detection dyes, flow cytometry can be used to determine if cells are undergoing death processes. Although it is already informative to know if a cell is dying or has been dead, revealing details in cell death processes might …

Flow cytometry integrates principles from electronics, fluidics, and optics to measure a variety of physical characteristics of a particle, typically a cell or cellular component. Since its initial design in 1968, flow cytometry has been an integral analytical tool in the life science industry. Advances in design and performance have led to a rapidly expanding …

Getting a research program up and running isn’t easy. Here are some opportunities for ambitious scientists who want to be confident in their lab set up or need the use of a new instrument to boost their research. Lab Start-Up Program Asking the right questions early on is one of the crucial steps to building …

The 5 Best-Tips Against the Worst-Case Scenario

It Pays to Plan Ahead Disasters come in many forms and happen without notice. No matter the source – fire, tornado, loss of electricity – well-prepared labs have a post-event response plan to mitigate minimal disruption. Follow these five tips, and you’ll be prepared when disaster strikes. 1.) Create a Solid Preparedness Plan It’s critical …

Be Sure to Splice the Why Chromosome into your Next Lab-in-a-Lab RFP

With increasing pressure to discover and deliver new drugs at a faster pace, it’s crucial to find the right strategic partner who can meet your requirements. Of course, asking “why” is the very DNA of science. Using our “WHY ASK IT” checklist, you can put together a comprehensive list of what your lab requires in …

How to Find Your Best Pharma Lab Vendor

Today’s biopharmaceutical labs use complex instruments that require regular service and preventative maintenance to keep those systems-and the entire lab-running efficiently. Working with an experienced, knowledgeable, third-party vendor can provide a consolidated, holistic approach to equipment maintenance, service, and management across all equipment brands. However, the price tag for asset management services can be high. …

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