Tag: Laboratory

Africa, Laboratory Equipment and COVID-19 Response by Louise Bezuidenhout

Louise Bezuidenhout , May 3rd, 2020


As the world struggles to address the COVID-19 crisis, attention increasingly turns to laboratories and the crucial role that they play in diagnostics and research. A rising number…


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Laboratory capacity building and the open hardware movement by Louise Bezuidenhout

Louise Bezuidenhout , April 18th, 2018


Through my work in African laboratories I am regularly made aware of the challenging equipment shortages faced by research laboratories in many low/middle-income countries (LMICs). This extends far…


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The Testing Revolution: Investigating Diagnostic Devices in Global Health by Alice Street

Alice Street , April 9th, 2018


Image by Alice Street in collaboration with Jennifer Littlejohn. The origins of laboratory medicine are often traced to the establishment of a small clinical laboratory in Guy’s Hospital,…


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Robert Michael Brain’s “The Pulse of Modernism: Physiological Aesthetics in Fin-de-Siècle Europe” by Ashley Bowen-Murphy

Ashley Bowen-Murphy , May 9th, 2016


The Pulse of Modernism: Physiological Aesthetics in Fin-de-Siècle Europe by Robert M. Brain University of Washington Press, 2016, 384 pages   Given the growing divide between STEM and the arts…


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