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How adaptive reuse can help life sciences labs make the move to urban centers

The adaptive reuse of existing space for labs is an emerging trend sparked by increased capacity demands, supply chain challenges, and sustainability goals.

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Lab vibration control: a paramount part of lab planning and design

Lab vibration control: a paramount part of lab planning and design

Lab planning and design, including lab vibration control, lays the foundation for efficient scientific work. It is the process of taking both basic program elements and highly technical blocks and arranging them to create a space that is safe and efficient.

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Reducing risks in a laboratory: an ergonomic approach

Designing for the safety, comfort, and productivity of scientists and lab technicians.

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Design considerations for improved laboratory ergonomics

Laboratory ergonomic design supports scientific discovery while keeping the lab team healthy and productive.

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Leveraging the power of design to progress Sustainable Development Goals

There is a global shift towards achieving a sustainable future. This provides a valuable opportunity for biopharmaceutical companies to become a driver of positive change.

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10 things developers need to know for the next lab opportunity

10 things developers need to know for the next lab opportunity

Developers are facing an opportunity and a dilemma: Competition is at an all-time high in the life sciences industry, which means companies must create work environments that attract and retain top researchers, encourage collaboration and innovation all while maintaining a flexible space that can evolve to meet new research demands and technology.

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Lab design—lay the foundation for scientific discovery

Lab design—lay the foundation for scientific discovery

What is lab planning? Lab planning and design lays the foundation for efficient scientific work. It is the process of taking both basic program elements and highly technical blocks and arranging them to create a space that is both safe and efficient.

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Wet labs vs dry labs from lab design experts

Wet labs vs dry labs from lab design experts

As technology and testing advance, wet labs and dry labs have become more interconnected, but these spaces still have fundamentally different purposes and design considerations.

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Lab design techniques to accelerate COVID test processing

Testing is a crucial component of our global response to COVID-19. The more people we can test for the virus, the better we can understand the threat we’re up against.

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COVID-19: 7 Steps to plan for re-entering the workplace

COVID-19: 7 Steps to plan for re-entering the workplace

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented new challenges and created questions about what life in the office will look like going forward.

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