Laboratories and Scientific Equipment

When Coronavirus Closes Your Lab, Can Science Go On?

When field work endangers the field The development of Bangalore into India’s technology hub has improved the standard of living for millions. But the effects of such urbanization on the city’s surrounding farming regions are less clear. That was a

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A Possible Weapon Against the Pandemic: Printing Human Tissue

This article is part of our continuing Fast Forward series, which examines technological, economic, social and cultural shifts that happen as businesses evolve. As shortages of personal protective equipment persist during the

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Will Coronavirus Freeze the Search for Dark Matter?

Elena Aprile was in a race against time. Her Xenon experiment, one of the world’s largest and most expensive investigations into the nature of dark matter, was coming together beneath Gran Sasso,

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When Coronavirus Closes Your Lab, Can Science Go On?

When field work endangers the field The development of Bangalore into India’s technology hub has improved the standard of living for millions. But the effects of such urbanization on the city’s surrounding

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As Coronavirus Testing Increases, Some Labs Fear a Shortage of Other Supplies

Laboratories around the country are now facing potential shortages of key materials and chemicals needed to run tests for the novel coronavirus, as cases spread to more than two-thirds of the states

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‘It’s Just Everywhere Already’: How Delays in Testing Set Back the U.S. Coronavirus Response

The failure to tap into the flu study, detailed here for the first time, was just one in a series of missed chances by the federal government to ensure more widespread testing

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