At Positively Instrumental 2019, we presented Founders Awards to honor two companies dedicated to working together to advance global science in the spirit of our founder, Dr. Nina Dudnik. One Founder’s Award recognized MilliporeSigma as founding members of our Consortium, and for the many ways it sparks curiosity by seeding science worldwide.
Positively Instrumental 2019: For her leadership of Seeding Labs, David Qualter presented a Founder’s Award to Dr. Nina Dudnik commemorating the global movement she built during her years as CEO.
At Positively Instrumental 2019, we presented Founders Awards to honor two companies dedicated to working together to advance global science in the spirit of our founder, Dr. Nina Dudnik. One Founder’s Award recognized Takeda Pharmaceuticals as founding members of our Consortium, and for their unwavering belief that supporting science everywhere makes a healthier world.
Neta Scientific, a lab supply and solutions company, has been donating equipment and consumables to Seeding Labs since 2015. For their commitment to finding new ways to join forces and magnify our collective impact, Neta Scientific was recognized with the Innovator Award at Positively Instrumental 2019.
Thirteen ambitious research departments in developing countries around the world have been awarded scientific resources and equipment through Seeding Labs’ 2019 Instrumental Access program. The 2019 Instrumental Access awardees were announced at the fourth annual “Positively Instrumental” event held at Merck Research Labs in Boston on May 1, 2019.
For incorporating Instrumental Access into their Access to Medicines initiative, Takeda Pharmaceuticals was presented with a 2018 Global Visionary Award at Positively Instrumental on March 21.
For pioneering programs that integrate participation in Instrumental Access with their core business, Thermo Fisher Scientific was presented with a 2018 Global Visionary Award at Positively Instrumental on March 21.
Equipment is critical to building scientific capacity globally, but we know it doesn’t end there. Equipment is just the first step. It takes all types of resources—professional connections, technical expertise, and financial support—to foster hubs of scientific innovation around the world. MilliporeSigma, the Life Science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, has always understood the impact of going beyond equipment in their support of Seeding Labs…
Sixteen outstanding research labs in developing countries around the world have been awarded scientific resources and equipment through Seeding Labs’ 2018 Instrumental Access program. Seeding Labs announced the 2018 Instrumental Access awardees at its third annual “Positively Instrumental” event held at Takeda Pharmaceuticals in Cambridge, Mass., on March 21…
On the heels of expanding in the Boston area last year, GE Healthcare Life Sciences demonstrated its commitment to strengthening the scientific community not only in its new home, but in countries around the world. GE Healthcare Life Sciences made a bigger impact than any other first-time Seeding Labs donor in 2016. Five universities in five different countries have already benefited from GE’s contributions, and we are excited to see that impact grow as we expand our work together! For having the most impactful first-time corporate engagement with Seeding Labs last year, GE Healthcare Life Sciences was honored with the …
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