3 Types Of Lab Equipment Needed To Maintain A Sterile Environment When Working Outside Of A Cell Culture Hood

Posted on: 24 January 2017

When working with cell cultures in a lab, it's vital that you're careful not to contaminate your work. In particular, you need to be careful of two types of contamination: chemical and biological. Chemical contaminants involve impurities in the media and detergents that you use, whereas biological contaminants include yeast, mold, bacteria, and virus. Cross contamination of other cell cultures is also possible if you're working with different lines. In the event that you are working outside of a cell culture hood, the following 3 types of lab equipment can help you maintain and keep a sterile environment to ensure that contamination does not occur.
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5 Things To Include On Your Shipping Boxes

Posted on: 24 October 2016

When you are shipping your items to customers, you will have to consider several aspects of your packaging material. Not only will you need sturdy packaging that will keep your product safe and arrive at its destination looking great, but you will also have to consider what your packaging says about your company. If you are printing custom boxes, below are five things that you should include somewhere on your box.
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Bees in the Winter: 4 Hiding Places You Should Have Examined By Professionals

Posted on: 17 October 2016

As the seasons transition, wildlife begins to hibernate and settle down for the cold months. During the winter, it's very easy to forget about the possible presence of bees and nests in your home. Even though they may not be actively buzzing around your property, it's easy for a bee population to grow and then create major problems when spring rolls around. If you're looking to keep bees away from your home, then there are four hiding places that you should consider looking at.
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How to Sell Your Scrap Metals and Make Money on Your Home and Yard Clean-Up

Posted on: 14 October 2016

As you clean up your yard and home to get rid of unused, old, broken items, take a second look at some of them to make sure you are not throwing away a metal with value. Items containing metal that may seem like trash can be worth money when you sell them to a recycling or other type of salvage and junk yard. Here are some tips to help you sort out items around your home that contain metal that is worth money.
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