Read about the 2016 Laboratory of the Year Awards, expert presentations, facility tours, and more!
Cooper Carry designed the 70,000 sf addition and renovation to Emory’s Atwood Chemistry Building...
Designing new vivarium or laboratory spaces, or expanding existing ones is an expensive...
Terra Universal offers their Explosion-Proof Softwall Cleanroom, UL-certified for use in Class I, Division 1, Groups C and D hazardous environments. The cleanroom has a frame of powder-coated steel to support ceiling components and softwall panels.
Fluid Metering Inc.'s 2016 Full Line Catalog contains new products as well as expanded flow and configuration information.
The Georgia BioScience Training Center reflects Georgia’s commitment to developing a world-class bioscience industry workforce.
Capturity's Vivarium Census System (VCS) is an RFID and barcode-based software package that allows research facilities to perform an accurate cage census in minutes.
The 2016 Laboratory Design Conference is less than one week away! Here is the final installment in our Meet the Speaker series — read about Brian Peasley, PE, LEED AP, of CRB in Philadelphia.
HEMCO offers the U.L. 1805 Classified LE AireStream Fume Hood, available in 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, and 8-ft. widths. The fume hood incorporates a Unitized superstructure, with non-metallic dual wall construction for total chemical resistance, strength and durability.
The 2016 Laboratory Design Conference will be held at the Royal Sonesta in Houston, Texas, on April 25-27. Here is a look at the sessions that will be offered at this event.
As the 2016 Laboratory Design Conference approaches, we invite you to get to know the professionals who will be delivering the event’s feature presentations.
The RFAB semiconductor facility of Texas Instruments.
Laboratory Design strives to serve the needs of the entire research community involved in the design, construction, and operation of laboratory facilities. With that in mind, I’d like to invite members of the design/build, architecture, engineering, and construction community to contribute editorially to this prestigious publication.
Designing laboratory buildings requires consideration of complex mechanical systems.
Eckerd College, James Center for Molecular and Life Sciences, St. Petersburg, Fla.
This article investigates incorporating concepts from the WELL Building Standard into laboratory environments. The previous article in this series introduced WELL, the drivers for growing interest of mindfully promoting health across the built environment, and focused on WELL's air, water and nourishment concepts. This article explains the remaining four WELL concepts: light, fitness, comfort and mind.
The SPECTRO xSORT handheld X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometer delivers improved speed and precision in the analysis of light elements.