SoBran BioScience was proud to sponsor and present the Grand Prize Winner for the Innovation for Impact Prize 2018 at Maryland Tech Council's 30th Anniversary Industry Awards Celebration this past May.
Congratulations to Dr. Emily English, Matthew Boxer, Ph.D. and Joshua Y.C. Yang along with the other award winners at this event.
It was a wonderful evening celebrating the transformational science coming out of Maryland and the surrounding area.
Please enjoy and share the pictures.
Lab safety maintains the integrity of your research, keeps employees healthy, and lowers turnover and costs. Many labs make safety a priority, but still struggle with effectively safeguarding their facilities and personnel.
Now we've created a blueprint to guide you: 5 Steps to Achieving ABSL3.
Watch our video to learn more about how SoBran BioScience can help you with your research. You'll benefit from both onsite support and contract research capabilities:
(1) Seamless extension of your research team
(2) Highest level of quality assurance and animal care
(3) Regulatory Compliance
(4) Managing quarantine, barrier and ABSL 1-3 facilities
A blueprint for elimination of Pinworms from a complex, multi-client research facility. Published in Animal Lab News.
SoBran is teaming with the North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC) Piedmont Triad office to honor the vibrant North Carolina research community.
Researchers at universities and emerging companies are invited to answer, “How will your research heal, fuel or feed the world in the future?”
SoBran BioScience has opened a pre-clinical contract research facility at Gateway University Research Park in Greensboro, NC. To celebrate the opening and to support researchers in North Carolina, SoBran BioScience and the North Carolina Biotechnology Center Piedmont Triad office are unveiling the Innovation for Impact Prize.
A workplace injury can have lasting ramifications not only for the employee who is hurt but also for an organization. When someone is injured on the job, budgets may stretch to cover compensation claims and overall employee satisfaction often decreases, making it more difficult for the organization to achieve success.
Fundamental changes are coming for National Science Foundation grantees: NIH’s Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW) and the NSF form agreement for ensuring NSF compliance with the Public Health Service Policy on Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals (PHS Policy). OLAW and NSF collaborate on oversight.
Faced with shrinking budgets and increasingly diverse job requirements, employers must demonstrate creativity and innovative strategies to attract and retain talented staff. Article appears in Animal Lab News. SoBran authors Michelle Eckstein and Bradley Fisher. Read article