They never get old!
At least shopping for them doesn’t!
Although there are certainly some parents who are not always thrilled with the amount of money and time that needs to be invested in the back to school shopping process, it is important to realize that kids typically love the process. From the youngest elementary students who are so excited to get back to school to meet their teachers to college grad students who are looking for the perfect laboratory notebooks, there are many who enjoy the idea of getting organized for the new school year.
And while it may seem that there would come a time in today’s digital age where paper and pencil supplies might go by the wayside, for many students this will never be the case. In fact, there are many college grad students who have by this time in their academic career found particular kinds of laboratory notebooks that they depend on. Having a way to c
Archive for August 21, 2019
Throughout the nation, medical laboratories perform many types of important work. Whether it’s performing tests or treating patients, it takes a lot of money to run a medical facility. Considering that, you might be wondering where your laboratory’s profits are going. To solve this problem, it’s important to learn about common sources of excess waste in medical laboratories. Learning how to fix these problems will help ensure you avoid wasteful spending. Here are three ways to reduce waste in your medical laboratory.
- Keep Vaccines at Proper Temperatures
Large scale production of vaccines first took place during the late 1940s. Since this time, medical facilities have continued to depend on vaccines to keep patients healthy. Research shows that vaccines prevent over 2.5 million avoidable deaths each year. However, it’s impossible to achieve this goal if your lab refrigerators aren’t at the proper temperature. The U.S Centers for Disease Control and Pre