Thanks to equipment from Seeding Labs, the Institute of Tropical Medicine & Global Health is playing an important role in pandemic response.
Tune in to a brand-new podcast episode highlighting the global impact of our Instrumental Access program! From our partners at Thermo Fisher Scientific, this “Science With a Twist” installment features an update from Instrumental Access awardee Professor Aina Adeogun of Nigeria’s University of Ibadan (pictured above).
Instrumental Access is a unique model for delivering specialized material aid to scientists around the world—and we have evidence that it works. Where does that evidence come from?
We measure, of course! So what’s unique about measurement (or, in nonprofit lingo, metrics and evaluation) at Seeding Labs?
What happens when talented scientists have access to the tools they need? They use them to solve problems, train the next generation of scientists, and strengthen scientific institutions…
This is always the time of year when we stop to reflect and to express our gratitude to the people who form our community. From our US-based supporters to our network of scientists around the world (just a few of whom are pictured above), thank you! As we navigate the coming months together, Seeding Labs remains committed to our shared belief in the power of science to bring people together, to transcend differences, and to make discoveries that improve all of our lives. Your support has made amazing progress possible! At six Instrumental Access universities reporting this year:
At the Université de Yaoundé I, Seeding Labs’ Instrumental Access program has made a lasting impact on: Each year, more than 800 undergraduate students in biochemistry courses get hands-on experience using equipment from Seeding Labs Three university departments used instruments from Seeding Labs to outfit 5 research labs and 2 teaching labs Dr. Boyom has won two international grants totaling $170,000 in new research funding since receiving equipment from Seeding Labs Students in the Antimicrobial Agents Research Unit at the Université de Yaoundé I retrieve petri dishes from a refrigerator that was provided by Seeding Labs. Dr. Boyom’s students analyze samples …