Life Scientists Cut Down on Plastic Waste
Across the US, laboratories are finding creative ways to minimize the amount of plastic they throw away.  
Life Scientists Cut Down on Plastic Waste
Life Scientists Cut Down on Plastic Waste

Across the US, laboratories are finding creative ways to minimize the amount of plastic they throw away.  

Across the US, laboratories are finding creative ways to minimize the amount of plastic they throw away.  

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What's a Good Consumer To Do?
What's a Good Consumer To Do?
Bob Grant | Jul 1, 2018
In a world beset by climate change, marine pollution, and dwindling natural resources, a member of the mushrooming human population pauses to consider his role.
Microbial Recycler Found
Microbial Recycler Found
Bob Grant | Mar 14, 2016
Researchers discover a new species of bacteria that can break down a commonly used plastic.
New Life for Old Grounds
Edyta Zielinska | Aug 21, 2012
Used ground coffee and other café food waste could one day be converted into plastics, detergents and other products.
Life (Re)Cycle
Bernd Heinrich | Aug 1, 2012
Death breeds life in the world’s most diverse and abundant group of animals.
The Implant Melting Pot
Hannah Waters | Feb 23, 2012
Dutch company Orthometals recycles and melts down implants left behind after cremation.
How Green Is My Lab?
Jeffrey M. Perkel | Jul 1, 2011
Doing science sustainably