12 Shattering the Limits of Detection Researchers are constantly developing
analytical methods that surpass supposed limits of
16 Accelerating Speed to Market for Crop Protection Products The crop protection
industry is one of the most highly regulated in the
20 Shining a Light on Optogenetics This new research approach is advancing our
understanding of the brain.
22 Cultivating Sustainability on Campus The University of Michigan is striving to be a
leader in lab sustainability.
In Every Issue
Contents April 2019 Vol. 55, No. 6
5 Editor’s Take
8 BioTech Briefs
10 In the Lab: Voices
56 Last Word
24 Hot Products
26 Instrumentation & Equipment
28 Consumables & Supplies
30 Software & Hardware
32 Separations & Spectroscopy
54 Lab Wear
43 New Projects Using design to
recruit new talent.
44 New Models of Flexibility
Discovery The lab of the future will require more
than an open environment with moveable casework.
50 Manage ‘Clashes’ With BIM BIM maintains the project schedule and
helps contain costs.
52 Lab Vision The Virtual Lab - Scientists will be able to engage and influence discovery
from beyond the confines of the laboratory.
34 ALN News & Notes
36 Io T in the Animal Lab
40 Facility Profile: Marine Genomics Aids Human Disease Research