The Science Advisory Board collaborated with Microbial Insights to bring us a look at some new technological advancements that will be shaping the future of laboratory equipment and workflow in 2018, as well an idea for how to turn your old laboratory equipment into a vital gift to those who need it most during the season of giving.
As we come to the end of our anniversary month, we felt that it would be exciting to hear from you, our members, about your experiences and memories as scientists from the past two decades. To that end, we sent some of you a survey and asked you to share some highlights, memories, and thoughts on the Science Advisory Board. Naturally, there were nearly as many unique responses to these questions as there were respondents, but within that there were some clear trends which stood out. Check out the responses below.
The Science Advisory Board has conducted global opinion research regarding the March for Science . This opinion research project is part of an internship program in partnership with the Biotechnology Graduate Program of Georgetown University. Reecha Badave, graduate student at Georgetown University, conducted this opinion research with Quentin Kreilmann, Manager of The Scientific Advisory Board.