Research Slated for Fall Will Stumble Without Undergraduates
Research Slated for Fall Will Stumble Without Undergraduates
Junior faculty in particular may lose ground as undergrad students remain barred from university labs.
Research Slated for Fall Will Stumble Without Undergraduates
Research Slated for Fall Will Stumble Without Undergraduates

Junior faculty in particular may lose ground as undergrad students remain barred from university labs.

Junior faculty in particular may lose ground as undergrad students remain barred from university labs.

lab management
Starting a New Lab
Starting a New Lab
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Aug 6, 2020
Advice for new principal investigators starting their first research laboratories!
Focus on Precision: The Importance of Pipetting Accuracy for High-Sensitivity Techniques
Focus on Precision: The Importance of Pipetting Accuracy for High-Sensitivity Techniques
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Jun 22, 2020
Experts will discuss how critical pipetting is to modern high-sensitivity techniques, such as flow cytometry and PCR, and steps to ensure proper pipetting technique. 
Opinion: Grad Students Face Uncertainty During the Pandemic
Opinion: Grad Students Face Uncertainty During the Pandemic
Lila Westreich | Mar 19, 2020
With mounting feelings of isolation, research projects derailed, and financial futures cast into doubt, grad students are anxious in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Life Scientists Cut Down on Plastic WasteLife Scientists Cut Down on Plastic Waste
Life Scientists Cut Down on Plastic Waste
Katarina Zimmer | Jul 31, 2018
Across the US, laboratories are finding creative ways to minimize the amount of plastic they throw away.  
What Scientists Can Learn From South African Labs About Water Conservation
What Scientists Can Learn From South African Labs About Water Conservation
Linda Nordling | Feb 27, 2018
As Cape Town nears drying up, researchers there have come up with simple ways to dramatically cut back on water use.  
Chill GPS
Chill GPS
Jeffrey M. Perkel | Feb 28, 2015
Keeping track of frozen biological samples