Archive for Category: Management

03.24.2020 | Matthew Benson

Volatile Organic Compound Testing: An Overview

Volatile organic compounds (VOC) are a group of chemicals that evaporate easily in either liquid or solid form when at room temperature. Occurring both as natural compounds or as man-made compounds, VOCs can be found in many common household and industrial products. Some common examples of VOCs include methane and acetone and may be found

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03.24.2020 | Matthew Benson

Most Common Acids Used in Wet Labs

Wet labs perform liquid sample research, testing chemicals, pharmaceutical drugs, biological materials and more. During the course of testing, wet lab researchers often use corrosive materials and chemicals like acids. Because of this, wet labs must be designed with the use of corrosive materials in mind. Surfaces, tools, equipment, personnel safety gear, and anything corrosive

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10.16.2019 | Matthew Benson

How to Successfully Manage a Research Lab

A lot goes on in a research lab every day. With the flurry of activity keeping lab staff consistently busy, maintaining order can be a big job. To do this, you must master some basic lab management tips. Once you learn these basics, the rest will come easily with time and practice. In this article,

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08.25.2017 | Matthew Benson

10 Tips to Boost Creativity with your Team

Collaboration is a magic word in the workforce, especially in the scientific and laboratory world. When your team works together you are able to achieve greater outcomes, to find unique solutions, and to keep workplace moral high with happier employees who feel supported by their colleagues. As an employer, however, you can’t just expect collaboration

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