Achieving sustainability in your research lab may seem impossible, given the need for accurate, repeatable results and highly sensitive work processes. But in fact, much can be done to limit your lab’s environmental impact without compromising the integrity of your scientific work. In this series of six editorial articles published on SelectScience in partnership with Starlab, new techniques and innovations are highlighted to encourage more eco-friendly practices and ultimately pave the way to greener research.
Learn practical tips and innovative solutions to minimize the environmental impact of single-use plastics without reducing the quality of scientific research.
Lab efficiency often comes hand in hand with sustainability. In this article, we reveal how Starlab products such as the TipOne® Sterile Refill System can help cut laboratory costs as well as plastic waste.
Just as scientists and laboratory professionals can do their part, eco-friendly companies are working hard to make a difference too. In this article, learn about the integration of Starlab’s green directives, aimed at addressing the company’s own sustainability ratings.
In this article, we hear from Klaus Ambos, President and CEO of Starlab Group, about how its new brand identity aligns with global demands for a more sustainable future.
This article returns to its theme of building a more environmentally friendly future, asking the important question, ‘As scientists return to the lab following the pandemic, is it a good time to get a little greener?’
In this article, we speak to Geoff Blunt, technical operations manager at Manchester University, about how the institution is taking a front seat in the drive to protect the planet more effectively from the impact of scientific waste.
Take a look at what other researchers and scientists all around the world are saying about the latest equipment and technologies. Here Judith Heaney, NHS, shares her opinion on the TipOne® Filter Tips by STARLAB.
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