U.S. autoclave supplier leading the way in green lab accountability, consistency, and transparency

FACT: A research lab likely has a 400% larger carbon footprint than an oil company office According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the average research labs consumes five times more energy than a typical office space of the same size, and uses hundreds of times as much water. Autoclaves are a major contributor to … Continue reading “U.S. autoclave supplier leading the way in green lab accountability, consistency, and transparency”

California Mega Drought: Brief Blip or Decade-Long Diaster?

For the last six months hundreds of rural Californians have lived with dry taps, inflatable toilets, and not a drop of hot water. They eat fast food instead of cooking, because washing vegetables and boiling water for rice or beans requires too much water. They eat off of paper plates rather than use bottled water … Continue reading “California Mega Drought: Brief Blip or Decade-Long Diaster?”