Labs prioritize safety and save energy in UVA’s first “Shut the Sash” fume hood competition

Fume hoods present a unique opportunity for the University of Virginia to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while informing researchers of better safety practices. #shutthesash 

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What Does "Green Chromatography" Yield?

Subjects, such as resource optimization or better energy usage, have arrived in the laboratory. What does this mean for the most important separation method, chromatography? An inventory shows the amount of optimization potential in the technology that is more than 100 years old.

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The March for Science: Green Labs Support Science Funding and Earth Day ... Every day!

In celebration of earth day this month, here is a list of U.S. university green labs news!  Scientists and researchers who use sustainability pratices in their work, are using their funding efficiently, while protecting our environment. This is what being 'labconscious' is all about. 

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How to Start a Vinyl, latex and nitrile lab Glove Recycling Program:Interview with Lisa Anderson Post Doctoral Scholar at MIT

Dr. Lisa Anderson was kind enough to grant me an interview with her about her experience setting up lab glove recycling programs.  Our hope is that this information will present a "how to guide" for launching lab glove recycling programs at university laboratories.  Check list and case study poster provided. 

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