21 July 2022

The digital lab: in search of leaner, greener operations–Nature Feature

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Laboratories consume between give and ten times more energy than commercial office spaces per square foot, and about four times more water.

Rachael Relph, chief sustainability officer for nonprofit My Green Lab

In this ad feature with Nature Research Custom Media [Nature Magazine], learn about the necessities of going digital in the lab. Going digital not only helps improve organisation and efficiency in the lab, but it will also lead to decreased waste and more money saved. These series of actions also impact the extent of a laboratory’s environmental footprint.

Featured in this article:

  • Melina Blees, site director for BioLabs Philadelphia
  • Rachael Relph, chief sustainability officer of My Green Lab
  • Erwin Seinen, founder and managing director of eLabNext
  • Zareh Zurabyan, head of eLabNext, Americas

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