The Economics of Lab Design – 7 Things You Need to Know

It’s not every day that scientists, teachers, academics and…
May 3, 2018/by Matt Suttner

From inception to maintenance – How to plan realistic timelines for your new or renovated lab

“Rome,” as the saying goes, “wasn’t built in day.”…
December 12, 2017/by Matt Suttner

Need to keep your lab functional while renovating? Consider these 3 fundamentals

To keep competitive in a world where research and teaching demands…
October 2, 2017/by Matt Suttner

A Vote of No Confidence for Unsafe Lab Furniture and Careless Practices

Well-functioning labs are powerful engines that drive the production…
August 18, 2017/by Matt Suttner

5 Safety Principles to Keep in Mind when Building a Lab

There are myriad considerations that should receive due attention…
July 21, 2017/by Matt Suttner

4 Pre-Design Considerations to Help Your New Lab Get Off on the Right Foot

Investing sizeable sums in lab infrastructure that is expected…
July 3, 2017/by Matt Suttner

In Case You Missed It! 2nd Edition

Here are some great articles we've been sharing online lately.…
May 30, 2017/by Matt Suttner

The South Africa-China Partnership’s Commitment to STEM Infrastructure Development is Music to Our Ears

The South African Minister of Science of Technology, Naledi Pandor,…
May 23, 2017/by Matt Suttner
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Top 5 Reasons to Demand Modularity in your New Lab

Modernist architect, Louis Sullivan, coined the well-known and…
May 15, 2017/by Matt Suttner

SA Schools Have Reached a Crisis Point

SA Schools Have Reached a Crisis Point – But a Lack of Access…
April 28, 2017/by Matt Suttner

In Case You Missed It!

Here are some great articles we've been sharing online lately.…
April 12, 2017/by Matt Suttner

5 Things Every Lab Manager Should Know Before Renovating a Lab

Managing a research facility is not an easy task, and there is…
March 17, 2017/by Matt Suttner

5 things to Know Before Renovating Your Lab

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