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Lab of the Future

Posted January 10, 2012 7:23 AM

In a recent cover story, Laboratory Equipment looks at the the way researchers will work in labs of the future. Will continuing computational enhancements, as the magazine predicts, drive development of long-term changes, or will other factors weigh heavier?

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01/11/2012 2:07 PM

I believe the direction of research will work in what is now non-traditional ways. But is proving to be very effective.

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01/12/2013 4:02 AM

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