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Quartzy Catalog: Scientists can request, buy, track lab supplies in one platform

Quartzy’s mission to accelerate the pace of scientific discovery began in 2011, when it created a free lab-management platform to help scientists easily organize orders and manage inventory, saving them precious research time. Quartzy has since

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Scientific procurement pains: Why buying research supplies isn't easy

Scientists probe questions and provide answers—or at least steps and theories toward them—to improve quality of life and understanding of the world. The last thing scientists should worry about while pursuing such grand goals is securing the

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Cashman Fluid Analysis: Running the tests that keep machines moving

Cashman Fluid Analysis knows a thing or two about engines. Rather, make that nearly everything about engines. That’s because the CFA lab is part of Cashman Equipment Company, which sells, rents, and services heavy machinery throughout Nevada and

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Ask Adam: vol. 12

Quartzy co-founder Adam Regelmann is an MD-PhD. He bypassed a career in gastroenterology to launch Quartzy with Columbia colleague Jayant Kulkarni. Each week Adam answers five questions about science, medicine, and pop-culture.

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Insight Medical Genetics: Efficient lab management, passionate personal care

Chicago-based Insight Medical Genetics is passionate about helping families, and they do so through both comprehensive genetic testing services and personalized prenatal counseling. Insight’s extensive, cutting-edge testing and research requires

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Quartzy update: The path to easier lab management and faster research

Quartzy launched six years ago with a seemingly simple yet highly ambitious mission: accelerate the pace of scientific discovery through a free platform that streamlines lab research. Since then, the company co-founded by Jayant Kulkarni (CEO)

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Pipette tips: Tricks and tales for a routine research task

For many scientists, few things are more mundane, monotonous, and painfully synonymous with lab research than pipetting. Draw, squirt, eject. Draw, squirt, eject. Sigh. Whether Day 1 in your first lab or deep into your research career, you will

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Ask Adam: vol. 11

Quartzy co-founder Adam Regelmann is an MD-PhD. He bypassed a career in gastroenterology to launch Quartzy with Columbia colleague Jayant Kulkarni. Each week Adam answers five questions about science, medicine, and pop-culture.

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Ask Adam: vol. 10

Quartzy co-founder Adam Regelmann is an MD-PhD. He bypassed a career in gastroenterology to launch Quartzy with Columbia colleague Jayant Kulkarni. Each week Adam answers five questions about science, medicine, and pop-culture.

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First lab jobs: Humbling research roots

As with all experiments, even perfectly planned science careers and educations must begin somewhere. And anyone who’s ever worked in a lab knows that starting point is seldom glamorous. Whether monotonous menial tasks or generally unpleasant

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