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How Yale Monitors COVID-19 Surges in Connecticut's Wastewater

Pandemics present a unique civic challenge for public health officials. How do you monitor infection levels in large groups of people who are very..

Bryanna Fallo August 23, 2021

Why are some antibodies so expensive?

Doing science can be expensive! To the new and established researcher alike, the cost of some laboratory reagents can come as a surprise. Antibodies..

Sara Schonfeld April 28, 2021

Continuing the discussion from the supply chain disruptions webinar

On April 13, 2021 we gathered a few of the best and brightest in the industry to talk about the current challenges surrounding the supply chain. You..

Sara Schonfeld April 23, 2021

How to Select a Quality COVID-19 Test

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous companies raced to create a diagnostic test — at this point, hundreds of tests to detect..

Sara Schonfeld February 26, 2021

Breaking the Mold with Microlit Bottle Top Dispensers

Safety is always critical for lab researchers and scientists. Extra safety precautions should be taken when corrosives are being used. For labs using..

Emily Yeomans September 17, 2020

Simplifying immunofluorescence microscopy workflows with VECTASHIELD®

Immunofluorescence imaging is a useful laboratory technique for visualizing tissue structure, protein localization, and many other features of..

Emily Yeomans June 8, 2020

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