Archive for Category: Biosafety

biosafety cabinet vs fume hoods
12.21.2020 | Sydney Cross

The Difference Between a Fume Hood and a Biosafety Cabinet

In these uncertain times, the importance of scientific research that unearths new, valuable information cannot be overstated. A great deal of this research takes place in laboratories.  As such, those facilities should be well-equipped to protect the health of lab technicians and the integrity of their experiments.  That’s where fume hoods and biosafety cabinets come

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03.11.2020 | Sydney Cross

Biosafety Lab Requirements for Coronavirus Research

The recent spread of the novel COVID-19, or ‘coronavirus’, has resulted in an increase in biosafety research efforts surrounding the virus and finding a potential treatment option. Coronaviruses cause respiratory disease in mammals and birds, though certain coronavirus species can be more infections than others. COVID-19 is one of these more infectious varieties and has

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biosafety lab levels
03.04.2020 | Sydney Cross

Biosafety Levels Explained for 2020

In the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) specify four biosafety levels. Each level is a series of biosafety requirements for labs conducting research on biological agents.  Laboratories classified under BSL designations must consider their level’s requirements not only during day-to-day operations, but also when selecting a

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