It’s so simple to make a difference. Take our Earth Day Challenge and apply at LEAST 3 of our tips in your lab to see all the good you can do! 1. Go to the Dark Side: Don’t be afraid of the dark, try to turn off unused lights around the Continue Reading
Cannabis is a growing like a weed! The third annual Emerald Conference was held early February this year in San Diego, CA, USA and the turnout was incredible. From a general point of view, the cannabis industry is undergoing changes that will provide consumer’s confidence for their safety. From a Continue Reading
On October 5, 84-year-old Chinese scientist Tu Youyou earned the Nobel Prize for medicine, almost 50 years after she discovered artemisinin—otherwise known as “humankind’s best defense” against malaria.
Often used for weed control, triazine herbicides have been found to have detrimental environmental and health effects.
Cannabinoid content in various food and consumable products is an emerging concern for both food safety and legal purposes.
You’ve worked so hard crafting the perfect costume, decorating your home, and sneaking chocolate from your kids, we decided to treat you to the best technical guides this Halloween.
Stacy Rodriguez, a researcher at New Mexico State’s Molecular Vector Physiology Lab, had always heard the legend that mosquitos were more attracted to people wearing fruity, floral fragrances.
Everyone knows that bees produce honey from flower nectar, but are you aware of the extensive work that goes into such a delectable creation?
In April, an Oregon wastewater treatment operator challenged local home brewers to create a delicious beer from four ingredients… Not so hard, right?
Plastic, with its unstoppable pervasiveness and lack of biodegradability, has posed one of the most daunting threats to our modern ecosystem.