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  Laboratory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Other common laboratory equipment includes centrifuges to remove solid particles from a liquid, or create a density gradient, spectrophotometers to accurately measure the optical absorbance of a liquid and a particular wavelength (measure its colour), aspirators for providing suction, and water baths that maintain a substance at a particular temperature.
Microbiology laboratories usually have separate rooms with negative pressure to prevent the breathing in of harmful bacteria.
Laboratories designed for processing specimens, such as environmental research or medical laboratories will have specialised machinery (automated analysers) designed to process many samples and numerous tests.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Laboratory   (627 words)

 Laboratory - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Chemistry and biochemistry laboratories will have a lot of glassware and dry chemicals available to prepare buffers, acids and bases, and other reagents.
Chemical laboratories will also usually have a fume hood, in which volatile substances, and chemicals that produce poisonous gases can be handled, without risk of inhalation.
Microbiology laboratories have cabinets with negative pressure to prevent the breathing in of harmful bacteria.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /laboratory.htm   (858 words)

 Goals of the Introductory Physics Laboratory
Students completing the introductory laboratory should understand that physics is an experimental science and that observation and experimentation are as important as concepts and theories.
The combination of two factors — laboratory course design based on an understanding of the preconceptions students bring to the study of physics from their past experience, and the continuing development of MBL and other laboratory technology — has the potential to significantly improve the effectiveness of laboratory instruction.
Research on the efficacy of different approaches to laboratory teaching and ongoing discussion of the relative merits of various approaches are vital to the improvement of laboratory teaching.
www.ncsu.edu /sciencejunction/route/professional/labgoals.html   (1473 words)

 Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians
Clinical laboratory technologists usually have a bachelor’s degree with a major in medical technology or in one of the life sciences; clinical laboratory technicians generally need either an associate degree or a certificate.
The usual requirement for an entry-level position as a clinical laboratory technologist is a bachelor’s degree with a major in medical technology or in one of the life sciences; although it is possible to qualify through a combination of education, on-the-job, and specialized training.
Employment of clinical laboratory workers is expected to grow about as fast as the average for all occupations through the year 2012, as the volume of laboratory tests increases with both population growth and the development of new types of tests.
stats.bls.gov /oco/ocos096.htm   (1890 words)

 laboratory - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about laboratory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In Europe, private research laboratories have been used since the 16th century, and by the 18th century laboratories were also used for teaching.
The German chemist Justus van Liebig established a laboratory 1826 in Giessen, Germany, where he not only instructed his students in the art of experimental chemistry, but also undertook chemical research with them.
Laboratory and Yellow Room are in a pavilion at the end of the park, about three hundred metres (a thousand feet) from the chateau.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /laboratory   (254 words)

 Federal Bureau of Investigation - Laboratory - Home Page
Laboratory examiners provide expert witness testimony in court cases regarding the results of forensic examinations, and specially-trained teams of Special Agent and support personnel assist domestic and international law enforcement agencies in large-scale investigations and disasters.
In 1981, the Laboratory's Forensic Science Research and Training Center (FSRTC) was established at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
Training is available at no direct expense to state and local forensic laboratories in latent fingerprint identification, DNA analysis, hairs and fibers examination, firearms and toolmarks identification, document examination, bomb disposal, polygraph testing, shoe prints and tire treads analysis, and artist sketching.
www.fbi.gov /hq/lab/labhome.htm   (588 words)

 Clinical Laboratory Science
The Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS) program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS), which is located at 8410 West Bryn Mawr, Suite 670, Chicago, IL 60631.
Laboratory techniques performed and discussed are screening tests and specific assays for abnormalities, procedures to monitor therapeutic measures and practice and maintenance of current instrumentation.
Laboratory methods for identification emphasize interpretation and evaluation of results including the recognition of contaminating organisms.
www.und.nodak.edu /dept/registrar/catalogs/catalog/ugdept/depts/cls.htm   (1678 words)

 BMBL Appendix F - Laboratory Security and Emergency Response for Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories
Traditional laboratory biosafety guidelines have emphasized the use of good work practices, appropriate containment equipment, well designed facilities, and administrative controls to minimize risks of accidental infection or injury for laboratory workers and to prevent contamination of the environment outside the laboratory.
Laboratory supervisors should ensure that all laboratory workers and visitors understand security requirements and are trained and equipped to follow established procedures.
Laboratory directors, in co-operation with facility safety and security officials, should have policies and procedures in place for reporting and investigation of incidents or possible incidents (e.g., undocumented visitors, missing chemicals, unusual or threatening phone calls).
bmbl.od.nih.gov /appendf.htm   (1202 words)

If you like science, particularly the laboratory, and you want to be a part of the health care team but do not want to deal directly with patients, one of the clinical laboratory science professions may be for you.
One explanation for this disparity in attention between the laboratory and nurse shortage is that the nurses are directly involved with the patients and physicians.
Laboratory professionals on the other hand, rarely interact with patients or the public and little is known about the profession.
www.uthscsa.edu /sah/cls/cls.html   (1075 words)

 AllRefer.com - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Physics) - Encyclopedia
They are named for their founder, physicist Ernest O. Lawrence, who organized the Berkeley laboratory in the early 1930s and the Livermore laboratory in 1952.
Formerly these two laboratories were run as a single research center known as the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory at Berkeley and Livermore.
The laboratory maintains a test site for nuclear explosives near Las Vegas, Nev. Basic research, partly in support of the applied work, is conducted in chemistry, physics, biology, and computer sciences.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/L/LawrencBNL.html   (362 words)

 TUNL, Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory, Durham, NC, USA
Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory is a Department of Energy -funded laboratory with research faculty from three major universities within the Research Triangle area: Duke University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
The Tandem Laboratory- A 10 MV FN tandem equipped with a variety of ion sources, beam lines and target stations constitutes one of the main facilities at TUNL.
Laboratory for Experimental Nuclear Astrophysics (LENA) - This facility consists of a 200 kV high-intensity proton accelerator and a 1 MV low-intensity Van de Graaff accelerator.
www.tunl.duke.edu   (545 words)

 NASA - U.S. Destiny Laboratory
Destiny is the primary research laboratory for U.S. payloads, supporting a wide range of experiments and studies contributing to health, safety and quality of life for people all over the world.
The laboratory was designed to hold sets of modular racks that could be added, removed or replaced as necessary.
The Laboratory Module arrived at Kennedy Space Center, Fla. in November 1998 to begin final preparations for its launch on Feb. 7, 2001, aboard Space Shuttle mission STS-98, Station assembly flight 5A.
www.nasa.gov /mission_pages/station/structure/elements/destiny.html   (660 words)

 Laboratory Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Laboratories had previously been located in three separate locations; two laboratories were located on GSRI Road and one laboratory was located on Jamestown Road in South Baton Rouge.
All three laboratories were consolidated, reorganized, and relocated to the new LDEQ Laboratory building located at 1209 Leesville Road, Baton Rouge, Louisiana on September 27, 2004.
This new laboratory is currently operational and will be undergoing additional modification to accommodate new analytical testing procedures over the next two years.
www.deq.state.la.us /laboratory   (396 words)

 Columbus Laboratory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Columbus Laboratory's structure is derived from the Italian Mini-Pressurised Logistics Module (MPLM).
The Columbus Laboratory is the main workplace for the scientific and technological activities of the European astronauts on the Station.
With the Columbus Laboratory, Europe acquires experience of long duration, continuous exploitation of an in-orbit infrastructure, with regard to both operations and utilisation.
www.estec.esa.nl /spaceflight/cof.htm   (187 words)

 The Jackson Laboratory- Advancing Research in Human Health
The Jackson Laboratory- Advancing Research in Human Health
We the staff and scientists at The Jackson Laboratory extend our deepest sympathies to everyone affected by Katrina's terrible devastation.
We are deeply concerned about the impact on basic research scientists in the Louisiana-Mississippi-Alabama-Texas regions hardest hit.
www.jax.org   (127 words)

 ASCLS National Lab Week Meeting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Since the development of this career group in the 1920s, the clinical laboratory science professional has played an increasingly vital role in the diagnosis and prevention of disease.
As team members of one of the largest industries in the United States, the dedicated efforts of laboratory professionals often go unnoticed by the general public, as well as by the very institutions employing their services.
Further, as the various professional groups within laboratory practice work together on this project, the sense of unity and purpose necessary to further the goals of all laboratorians are reinforced.
www.ascls.org /conferences/2005NMLW/index.asp   (294 words)

 Consciousness Research Laboratory Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Radin, is Laboratory Director at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, founded in 1973 by Apollo 14 astronaut, Dr. Edgar Mitchell.
CRL focuses on laboratory studies of mind-matter interaction, clairvoyance, precognition, distant healing, and other forms of anomalous perception and action.
Beyond support from theoretical physics, systematic laboratory evidence generated over the past century by scientists from reputable academic, government and private laboratories around the world has established that some psi experiences are what they appear to be.
www.psiresearch.org   (821 words)

 Argonne Virtual Tour
It is also the nation's first national laboratory, chartered in 1946.
Argonne is a direct descendant of the University of Chicago's Metallurgical Laboratory, part of the World War Two Manhattan Project.
It was at the Met Lab where, on Dec. 2, 1942, Enrico Fermi and his band of about 50 colleagues created the world's first controlled nuclear chain reaction in a squash court at the University of Chicago.
www.anl.gov /Science_and_Technology/Virtual_Tour   (191 words)

 HHMI Office of Laboratory Safety   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The HHMI laboratory safety program is an integral part of the Institute's scientific research mission.
The Office of Laboratory Safety works in partnership with the environmental health and safety programs at each HHMI host institution.
The HHMI laboratory safety program provides a range of instructional and resource materials to help researchers know how to incorporate the fundamental good rules of safety into their daily work routine.
www.hhmi.org /research/labsafe   (127 words)

 Insect Vision   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Recent research, in our laboratory and elsewhere, has revealed that insects use a number of ingenious tricks for perceiving their world in three dimensions, and navigating successfully in it [7].
For example, distances to objects are gauged in terms of the apparent speeds of motion of the objects' images, rather than by using complex stereo mechanisms [3,4].
A third aim of the laboratory is to explore the perceptual and cognitive capacities of insects.
cvs.anu.edu.au /insect/insect.html   (544 words)

In 2004 AMH’s Laboratory was selected by the College of American Pathologists (CAP) to participate as a referee laboratory.
The anatomic pathology laboratory is staffed to provide service at least 8 hours per day and is usually available by phone at other times, to all inpatient and outpatient areas.
AMH Laboratory services are accredited by the New York State Department of Health, CLIA, and the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
www.amsterdammemorial.org /laboratory.htm   (240 words)

 Laboratory notebooks for research and Development
They are available in a range of configurations to meet the requirements of any individual laboratory, engineering department or research facility.
Proper laboratory notebooks are essential wherever scientific investigation is conducted, where data is collected, and where patent able ideas are - or might be - developed.
All our laboratory notebooks are supplied with pre-printed page format which meets requirements of foremost patent law authorities for proper substantiation of paten table idea.
www.snco.com /lab.htm   (218 words)

 Aeronomy Laboratory - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
The Aeronomy Laboratory is an atmospheric research laboratory in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) / Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR).
The Aeronomy Laboratory conducts scientific research aimed at discovering and understanding the chemical, dynamical, and radiative processes of the Earth's atmosphere that are needed to improve the capability to predict its behavior.
The Aeronomy Laboratory also assists the scientific community in its periodic efforts to assess the current state of scientific understanding and to interact with those who use this information, describing it in "user-friendly" terms.
www.al.noaa.gov   (394 words)

 The Henry Ford
His job was to raise money for Edison's laboratory so that he had the equipment he needed to continue his experiments.
Thomas Edison's Menlo Park laboratory complex and the inventions he made there are over 100 years old.
When Edison built the laboratory in 1876, it was the first industrial research laboratory in the United States.
www.hfmgv.org /exhibits/edison   (870 words)

The CDC-NIH publication, "Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories, 4th edition" lists the appropriate biosafety levels for numerous microorganisms, and the work practices which should be implemented.
Health Canada, Office of Laboratory Security, Canada's national centre of expertise for biosafety and biocontainment, namely the Office of Biosafety (OBS), was amalgamated into the new Office of Laboratory Security from the Laboratory Centre for Disease Control (LCDC) in June 2000
Prions- Inactivation, A study by Brown et al., in PNAS 97(7): 3418-21 March 2000 on the heat resistance of hamster-adapted scrapie agent.
www2.umdnj.edu /eohssweb/aiha/technical/biosafety.htm   (2009 words)

 University of California, Laboratory Management   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The University of California manages three laboratories for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) — the Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, both in California, and the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico.
UC has managed the laboratories since their inception — a relationship spanning six decades — as a public service to the nation.
The three laboratories have a combined UC workforce of 18,000 and operate on federally financed budgets totaling nearly $4 billion.
labs.ucop.edu   (153 words)

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