Providing equipment for scientists in developing countries
From disease epidemics to climate change and food shortages, science has the power to solve problems and advance development objectives. But scientists in the countries that are most impacted have the least access to the resources they need to discover, innovate, teach, and learn.
Since 2008, Seeding Labs has provided scientific institutions in developing countries with access to modern lab equipment and supplies through our flagship program, Instrumental Access.
Through Instrumental Access, Seeding Labs supports strong, sustainable scientific institutions with the capacity to support scientific discoveries and train a modern workforce ready to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow.
Instrumental Access impact
researchers with expanded
access to equipment
university students receiving hands-on training
Our network of awardees
Impact in action
Prof. Aina Adeogun at the University of Ibadan is making strides in her investigation into how pollution affects the hormones of Nigeria’s aquatic life.
Her work is lending a greater understanding to how the polluted water impacts Nigeria’s women and children.
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