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Research Lab Autoclave Safety: Sealed Bottles are Bombs

In August of 2001 a research lab autoclave was processing tightly capped 178 bottles using a 30-minute liquid load.  The autoclave began making unusual sounds, so a trio of lab […]

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Top Tips for Autoclaving Pipette Tips

  You don’t have to spend much time in a research lab to learn that pipette tips have a nasty habit of stubbornly clinging to a little bead of water.  […]

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Sterilizing Vivariums Can Be Easier Than You Think

The miniature biome of a vivarium is a great way to isolate variables in animal research.  But life is messy and vivariums can be a pain to get clean and […]

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Free Impartial Guide to Autoclave Selection

When specifying or purchasing any expensive and complicated piece of equipment it is essential to be able to ask the right questions in order to get the right answers and […]

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Research Lab Autoclave Safety: Bad Doors and Autoclave Explosions

WARNING: These are disturbing pictures of research lab autoclave accidents. There is blood. What happened?  A lab tech loaded an older-style autoclave, began the cycle, and walked away to attend […]

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Reducing Lab Autoclave Cycle Times for Liquids

Power users are resigned to the fact that there are no “standard” lab autoclave cycle times (especially for liquids!)  They know that a little planning and programming can generally prevent autoclave […]

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Another Win for Sustainable (and Affordable) Research Lab Design

It’s been a great year for our friends at My Green Lab and their ACT Label!  The ACT Label provides lab managers others involved in research lab design and procurement with […]

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