Science as a Service
Science as a Service includes:
Includes maintaining primary, secondary and backup cell lines; scientific collaboration to develop cell lines; thawing, expanding, feeding and freeze-down; preparing and delivering cell aliquots; setup of routine cell-based assays; and lab record keeping.
Includes maintaining compound library; sample registration, barcoding and storage; dispensing and weighing solid materials; dissolution; plate preparation; operating liquid handling equipment; sample delivery; lab record keeping; standard operating procedures (SOP) for regulated substances; maintaining lab consumables and equipment; and scientific collaboration with teams.
Includes complex scientific media preparation; scientific collaboration to prepare experimental media; maintaining media stocks, ingredients and reagents; establishing aseptic protocols; following QA/QC procedures; maintaining lab consumables and equipment; and lab record keeping.
Includes DNA/RNA extractions; PCR and gel electrophoresis; genotyping; protein assays; sample preparation; protein purification; scientific collaboration to develop assays; maintaining lab consumables and equipment; lab record keeping; and preparing study reports.
Includes sample preparation; wet chemistry; titration, pH, viscosity, solubility, refractive index, and colorimetric analyses; operation of advanced equipment including HPLC, GC, IR, NMR, and mass spectrometry; scientific collaboration to develop methods; performance of basic scientific calculations; lab record keeping; preparing analysis reports; and maintaining lab consumables and equipment.
Open Access Laboratory Management
Includes management of an open lab area with shared equipment; managing the allocation of time to users; providing training with regard to specific laboratory rules; in-lab Environmental, Health and Safety; use of systems and equipment; providing equipment usage support; and serving as the point of contact for all questions and supporting demands of users. Our Open Lab Access Managers regularly hold a Bachelor's or Master's degree in a scientific field of study.