Coomassie blue protein gel staining began in the 1960s, and it’s still a fan favorite in biology labs today. While less sensitive as a colormetric method than silver, or fluorescent staining, Coomassie has undergone a significant revolution in recent years. This post presents a few handy tips for this essential life science pigment.Read More
By installing automatic lighting to your laboratory building, you will see the difference in energy bills as illustrated below. This image appears on the Lighting Controls Association web site, courtesy of the Lighting Design Lab. Their web site is a great resource to learn about automatic switching and dimming controls. Of note, utility companies offer rebates on automatic lighting controls. You can learn more at http://lightingcontrolsassociation.org.