Successful Scientists Are Not Just Smart—They Work Smart.
As part of our mission to be Scientists Helping Scientists, we surveyed life science researchers to uncover not only their biggest challenges, but also the most valuable lessons they've learned throughout their career. A staggering 82% of survey respondents indicate that they sometimes feel overwhelmed at work. They feel the demands of scientific research. Do you? See what others have to say.
Despite these demands, scientists can rise to the top. Our survey indicates that working efficiently is key for success. That's why the most successful scientists are not just smart—they work smart.
How to Work Smart in the Lab
Scientists who work efficiently accomplish more in less time and with less effort. Every improvement in efficiency can add up and help researchers meet the demands of science. We know because we are scientists. So we're sharing these tips that we’ve implemented to make our research more efficient.
How to Organize Your Lab Bench SpaceView Tip >
How to Keep Your Lab Stockroom and Cold Reagents OrganizedView Tip >
How to Plan Ahead to Get the Most Out of Your Time in the LabRead Article >
How to Organize Your Lab Notebooks, References and ProtocolsView Tip >
How to Share Lab Duties EffectivelyView Tip >
How to Choose Efficient Technologies for Your ResearchRead Article >
A Smarter, More Efficient Way to Isolate Cells
How much time does it take you to isolate cells? There are ways to separate cells efficiently, wasting less time and effort without compromising reliability, purity and recovery. Watch this short video to find out how: