The VWR Foundation Advances Science with $97,000 in Fourth Quarter Grants
December 20, 2016
Seeding Labs is one of 12 grantees receiving funding from the VWR Foundation, which supports three strategic priorities: research, health and well-being, and science education.
The Universal Language
Lab Business Magazine – November/December 2016
Seeding Labs isn’t just donating equipment overseas, it’s connecting the global scientific community.
2017 Innovation All-Stars
Boston Business Journal – November 22, 2016
Seeding Labs’ founder and CEO Nina Dudnik was named one of 12 “Innovation All-Stars” by the Boston Business Journal.
If You Want to Cure All Diseases, Include All of the World’s Scientists
Scientific American – October 20, 2016
In an editorial, Seeding Labs’ founder and CEO Nina Dudnik argues that if Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg really want to cure, prevent, and manage all diseases, they should invest in the thousands of talented scientists working in developing countries.
From Scientist to Nonprofit Leader
Nonprofit Leaders Network – October 10, 2016
In this podcast, Seeding Labs’ founder and CEO Nina Dudnik discusses taking a nonprofit from an idea run by a group of volunteers to a productive organization. She covers the challenges of shifting from scientist mode to nonprofit leader mode and the steps she took to professionalize and fund her growing idea.
Empowering Scientists on the Front Lines
Lab Manager Magazine – September 13, 2016
Our Instrumental Access program may seem simple–receive donations of surplus lab equipment and ship them to scientists in the developing world. But our process is far more involved because our goal is larger than merely moving materials, writes Seeding Labs’ founder and CEO. We’re meeting global scientists’ equipment needs in a scalable, sustainable way.
Learn from Ebola, Zika outbreaks, and invest in diagnostic labs
Devex – August 23, 2016
Rather than wait until diseases have spread to epidemic proportions, we must empower a global workforce of scientists to tackle them when and where they emerge, writes our founder and CEO Nina Dudnik.
People on the Move: Robin Watters
Boston Business Journal – July 15, 2016
Meet Seeding Labs’ Chief Operations Officer, Robin Watters.
An Instrumental Access Milestone
June 28, 2016
With our first shipment to a 2016 Instrumental Access university, our flagship program has now eclipsed 100 tons of donated scientific equipment sent to scientists around the world! Learn more about the university that received this shipment and their plans to enhance research and education on our blog.
Innovate Podcast: Enabling Scientists to Battle Global Diseases & Feed a Growing Population
Arch Street Press – June 12, 2016
Nina Dudnik, founder and CEO of Seeding Labs, discusses the transformative experiences that incited her interest in science and social justice, from conducting her first experiment using radish seeds at age 8 to her work at the Africa Rice Center in Côte d’Ivoire.
Podcast: A Malawian Professor’s Path to Biotech Research
Addgene – May 24, 2016
Our Instrumental Access partner, Dr. Kingdom Kwapata of Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources in Malawi, discusses his background, current biotechnology research, and thoughts on the need for science collaboration across the globe.
If I Knew Then: Nina Dudnik
Crain’s – May 23, 2016
In this series, Crain’s ask executives, entrepreneurs, and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy. Seeding Labs’ Founder and CEO Nina Dudnik discusses how she utilizes her instincts in making decisions.
Garden City University College to Receive Scientific Equipment
Garden City University College – May 19, 2016
Garden City University College will utilize equipment from Seeding Labs’ Instrumental Access programme on their Kumasi campus to enhance the quality of biomedical science training.
Department of Biomedical Engineering Selected For Seeding Labs’ Instrumental Access Programme
University of Ghana – May 9, 2016
Dr. Elsie Effah Kaufmann, Head of Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Ghana said, “The selection is a great honour which will enable the Department to set up a core facility for use by all members of the College of Basic and Applied Sciences.”
Embu University College Awarded Equipment by Seeding Labs’ Instrumental Access Program
Embu University College – May 5, 2016
Embu University College is extremely pleased to be amongst 16 universities benefiting from scientific equipment from Seeding Labs’ 2016 Instrumental Access programme. The Equipment was awarded through the department of Biological Sciences.
5 Reasons to Partner with Seeding Labs
Lab Manager Magazine – May 4, 2016
Seeding Labs has been making a strong push lately to partner with lab equipment manufacturers in their mission to bring much needed equipment and supplies to talented researchers in developing countries. Vendors can either sponsor Seeding Labs shipments or programs, donate new or surplus equipment, or volunteer with the non-profit. We share five benefits of partnering with Seeding Labs.
Equipping Researchers in the Developing World
American Laboratory – April 8, 2016
Having shipped 87 tons of scientific equipment to 35 institutions based in 24 countries in the developing world since 2003, the nonprofit organization Seeding Labs has a very focused and motivated staff.
Seeding Labs Selects 16 Recipients for its 2016 Instrumental Access Program
Lab Manager Magazine – March 30, 2016
Coverage of our Positively Instrumental event and an update from Pittcon.
Seeding Labs Donates Scientific Equipment to LUANAR
March 30, 2016
The Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, an Instrumental Access 2016 recipient (and Seeding Labs’ first partner in Malawi), covered Dr. Kingdom Kwapata’s travels to the US to attend the Positively Instrumental event.
Seeding Labs Event Honors Donors, Scientists from Developing Countries
March 24, 2016
On March 24, Seeding Labs hosted “Positively Instrumental,” a celebration of the 16 exceptional university departments selected for the 2016 Instrumental Access program. The event also honored five outstanding corporate donors whose contributions of equipment donations, funding, and volunteer time provided crucial support in 2015.
Sowing the Seeds of Research Success in Developing Countries
CST Blog: Lab Expectations – February 10, 2016
Cell Signaling Technology, a donor to Seeding Labs since 2010, features a Q&A on their blog with our Director of Corporate Relations, Robert Lillianfeld, about the most rewarding aspect of working at Seeding Labs–and his biggest challenge.
Local Scientists Creating Global Impacts in Agriculture
SciDevNet – February 2, 2016
Agricultural research — using both conventional and modern scientific tools — is an integral force in both sustaining and improving the food supply and income across the world, writes our CEO.
Women in Business Q&A: Dr. Nina Dudnik
The Huffington Post – January 13, 2016
What inspired our founder to create Seeding Labs? The answer, plus her best advice for women in the industry, in this Q&A.
Seeding Labs – Planting the Future
Labconco News – January 7, 2016
Donating lab equipment to Seeding Labs helps Labconco Corporation fulfill their mission of enhancing global scientific discovery.