By Kelly Williams, Product Manager On Wednesday, August 21, 2013 In Labconco News
The process of finding the right fume hood can be a little complicated if you don't know the right questions to ask. You can save yourself a lot of trouble if you know the answers to these questions when you start shopping.
By Bob Applequist, Product Manager On Monday, February 24, 2014 In Science News
This is wild… I knew if I lived long enough, all the technology in Star Trek shows would come true. Here is a news article about just such a device. It’s called "OrCam," and the applications for the visually impaired are wonderful...
By Kelly Williams, Product Manager On Friday, February 21, 2014 In Science News
Gone are the days when the presence of DNA evidence proved an absolute guilty or innocent conviction without thorough consideration into the quantity of DNA, the handling of the evidence, or the possibility of a contamination issue.
By Odette Nolan, Product Manager On Tuesday, February 18, 2014 In Web Updates
When I sat down to work out the numbers, I already believed that a glassware washer would be a money saver in almost any laboratory, but I was a little taken aback by just how right that turned out to be.
By Nancy Simonds, Sales Promotion Coordinator On Monday, February 17, 2014 In Labconco News
Since 2011, Labconco has been a sponsor for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Kansas City. A great number of Labconco associates volunteered at the water station and we even had a good number running the race along with some of their family members.
By Kelly Williams, Product Manager On Thursday, February 06, 2014 In Science News
When they are asked if they are pursuing LEED certification on their new lab, common responses that I get from customers who are building new labs include, "We are going very basic,” or “We are on a limited budget and are not even looking into that.”
By Bob Applequist, Product Manager On Thursday, January 30, 2014 In Science News
At last—a solution for baldness! Here are two studies showing that a full head of hair is just a few years away. Of course the pictures of mice from the study (published in 2012) do kind of look like my uncle Ed. Seriously, you wouldn't believe the amount of hair on Uncle Ed's back.
By Deborah Goldstein, Marketing Communications Specialist On Monday, January 27, 2014 In Science News
300,000 people in West Virginia lost their water supply because chemicals were stored in a cinder block storage facility where the wall just crumbled away. The owners of the chemical storage facility were aware of the problem, and they planned to get the wall fixed. But alas...
By Bob Applequist, Product Manager On Thursday, January 23, 2014 In Science News
Yes – most of us could stand to lose a few pounds, but cold is cold. Now there is a new research study that, objectively, is hard to disagree with; however, the current temperature here in Kansas City is a frigid, uncomfortable 4°F (-16°C)....
By Brian Garrett, LEED Green Associate, Product Manager On Monday, January 20, 2014 In Labconco News
One of a Biosafety Officer or Laboratory Manager’s most vital functions is that of performing Risk Assessments. This multistep process becomes the backbone of a microbiology laboratory’s Biosafety Plan, Operating Procedures, and, if done early, facility design.