100 Tons of Equipment Shipped

An Instrumental Access Milestone

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  What do these have in common? They all weigh 100 tons. With our first shipment to a 2016 Instrumental Access university, our flagship program has now surpassed 100 tons of donated scientific equipment sent to scientists around the world! Let’s break that down: Donors from the life sciences, biotech, pharma, manufacturing, and academia have contributed surplus equipment to Seeding Labs Our Instrumental Access program has sent 45 tailored shipments of lab equipment and supplies Scientists and their students in 26 developing countries have expanded education and research opportunities thanks to Instrumental Access equipment

New Podcast Featuring Seeding Labs’ Founder & CEO

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In the latest “Innovate” podcast by Arch Street Press, Nina Dudnik, founder and CEO of Seeding Labs, discusses the transformative experiences that incited her interest in science and social justice. It all began with her first experiment growing radish seeds at age 8, and years later, continued with her work as a Fulbright scholar at the Africa Rice Center in Côte d’Ivoire. Take a listen to the podcast here: “Enabling Scientists to Battle Global Diseases & Feed a Growing Population,” and catch more Innovate podcast interviews with cultural leaders, social entrepreneurs, and scholars engaged in transformative action and creative collaboration.

Instrumental Access 2016 RFA

Need Lab Equipment? Apply Now!

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Does your university need affordable lab equipment to catalyze scientific teaching and research? If so, we invite you to apply for Instrumental Access, our flagship program connecting universities in low- and middle-income countries with high-quality surplus laboratory equipment provided by our donors. The first step is to visit our Request for Applications, where you’ll find details on eligibility, how to apply, Frequently Asked Questions, and a webinar about how the process works. The University of Technology, Jamaica was chosen for the latest cycle of Instrumental Access. The School of Pharmacy will use equipment to furnish new pharmacology and pharmaceutics laboratories. Here, medical technology …