Advertisement
Digital Editions

The Lead

February 27, 2015 | by Laboratory Design Newsletter | Comments

This month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter features articles on sustainability in labs, new methods for optimizing flexibility in research environments, commissioning, how to be a great first-time user representative, liquid-cooled sustainability and more. The issue also includes news notes, new products and new projects.

TOPICS:
View Sample

FREE Email Newsletter

June 25, 2014 10:46 am Comments

This month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter features the profiles of our annual Laboratory of the Year winners. This year's winners include NREL's Energy Systems Integration Facility, Penn State Univ.'s Eva J. Pell Lab for Advanced Biological Studies, Washington State Univ.'s Veterinary Biomedical and Research Building, and the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences. The issue also visits the topics of trends in modern lab design, shaping the scientific workplace of the future and benefits of branding the lab.

TOPICS:
April 8, 2014 11:38 am Comments

This month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter features a cover story on the next generation of integrated research facilities. Other features include designing labs for lean operation, the increasing significance of thermal bridging in lab building envelopes, remaining nimble in a competitive research market and ESD control flooring in the lab.

TOPICS:
February 26, 2014 3:58 pm Comments

This month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter features a cover story on remaking engineering buildings, repositioning strategies for success. Other features include information on successful lab equipment moves, how new buildings are re-defining research and collaboration, how BIM bridges the collaboration gap and how science lab design standards create consistency.

TOPICS:
Advertisement
January 6, 2014 2:53 pm Comments

This month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter features a cover story on high-performance teaming. Other features include an in-depth look at chilled beam installation, maximizing efficiency by design, sustainable renovation, sustainable vacuum technologies, applying BAS to help users conserve energy, net-zero energy labs and more.

TOPICS:
October 24, 2013 8:50 am Comments

This month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter features a cover story on universal grid design. Other features include an in-depth look at the state of lab design, task lighting for labs, adaptive reuse, fume hood selection for energy-efficient labs and more.

TOPICS:
August 19, 2013 1:16 pm Comments

This month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter features our annual cost survey. Other features include information on how labs can meet operational needs with ever-shrinking budgets, mitigating construction noise and vibration on animal facilities, BIM, vacuum in lab design, and sustainability.

TOPICS:
June 17, 2013 3:36 pm Comments

This month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter features the profiles of our annual Laboratory of the Year winners. This year's winners include the Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise (CREATE), Georgia Tech's Carbon-Neutral Energy Solutions Lab, Harvard University's Sherman Fairchild Renovation, and the D.C. Consolidated Forensic Laboratory. The issue also visits the topic of energy-efficient laboratory lighting solutions.

TOPICS:
April 16, 2013 10:56 am Comments

In this month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter the cover story discusses how assessing a project is more subjective than assessing the success of an individual facility. Other features include information on ventilation deflation, affordable laboratory space, urban buildings.

TOPICS:
Advertisement
February 14, 2013 10:06 am Comments

In this month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter the cover story discusses 20 ways to decide whether refurbishing an existing building is the right choice. Other features include information on laboratory renovation, retrofitting fume hoods to improve safety and reduce energy consumption, commissioning, and Bridgestone's new Technical Center.

TOPICS:
December 19, 2012 10:10 am Comments

In this month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter green is the key word. The cover story talks about the winners of the Go Beyond Awards. Other features include information on Web-based energy monitoring, a new cooling technology aiding the drive toward net zero, energy auditing, reducing energy costs, modular sustainability, BIM, water conservation, and more.

TOPICS:
October 12, 2012 12:29 pm Comments

In this month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter features a cover story how programming becomes project definition in contemporary laboratory renovation. Other features include information on architectural archetypes, the winners of I2SL's student design competition, laboratory safety for gas, and how ductwork solved a laboratory construction challenge.

August 1, 2012 11:49 am Comments

In this month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter is our annual cost survey, which this year indicates a strengthening, but nervous, marketplace. Other features include how to do more with less, breathing new life into an aging science facility, and accommodating multiple generations in a laboratory.

June 1, 2012 11:24 am Comments

In this month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter we announce our 2012 Laboratory of the Year Award winners. Also featured are up-to-date news notes, new projects, and the latest laboratory product news.

April 1, 2012 10:56 am Comments

In this month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter the cover story focuses on laboratory planning and asking the right questions. Other features include information on lessons learned in the design of arthropod containment facilities; a new kind of chemistry teaching laboratory; and R&D funding growth.

February 1, 2012 9:14 am Comments

In this month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter the cover story focuses on the remodeling of vivariums to fit new protocols for canines and nonhuman primates. Other features include information on how teaching pedagogies shape laboratory architecture; creating high-tech laboratory space in low-tech laboratory environments; and making smart choices for enclosures, source systems, and monitors.

Pages

X
You may login with either your assigned username or your e-mail address.
The password field is case sensitive.
Loading