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September 6, 2016 2:13 pm
Elizabeth Doughman
The R&D 100 Conference, to be held November 2-4 at the Gaylord National Harbor Resort & Convention Center in Oxon Hill, MD (Washington, DC), is the pinnacle for all things R&D, where today’s top innovators come together to meet, greet, learn, and inspire one another.
September 6, 2016 4:35 pm
Ann Marie Dinkel, RLATG
How do you encourage and support career-advancing and personal enrichment learning?
September 6, 2016 4:40 pm
Martin Seidenfeld, Ph.D.
When Jenny though about how much things had changed since Tess took over, she came to the sad conclusion: Tess was a Bad Boss. Something had to be done.
August 18, 2016 7:43 am
Elizabeth Doughman
ALN spoke with Charles Jeffery Williams, the Facility Manager of Animal Care at Arizona State University.
John J. Sancenito
During a crisis, it does not matter if the shooter is a terrorist, mentally disturbed, or a disgruntled former employee. The only thing that matters is survival, and that greatly depends on preparation.
Helen Kelly
Building Information Modeling is a software-based design process that facilitates coordination, cooperation, communication, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness on a grand scale, and it’s taken research facility design by storm.
Ann Marie Dinkel, RLATG
Responsibility for thousands of cages, precise record keeping, long hours, or rotating schedules can negatively affect the morale of even the best workers. What influences worker loyalty, and how can work structure help with retention?
Michael L. Kent, Ph.D., Katrina N. Murray, DVM, Ph.D., and Sean Spagnoli, DVM, DACVP, Ph.D.
Researchers using mammalian models recognize that it is important to avoid underlying diseases and infections in their research animals. In contrast, the zebrafish community has only recently come to embrace the concept that these underlying conditions may profoundly impact their research.
Michael L. Kent, Ph.D., Katrina N. Murray, DVM, Ph.D., and Sean Spagnoli, DVM, DACVP, Ph.D.
Researchers using mammalian models recognize that it is important to avoid underlying diseases and infections in their research animals. In contrast, the zebrafish community has only recently come to embrace the concept that these underlying conditions may profoundly impact their research.
Elizabeth Doughman
Is a laboratory mouse bred to be specified pathogen free really the best model for developing treatments and therapies for human diseases?
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