August 2018

How to Build a Laboratory

There are key steps to setting up any laboratory, regardless of specialty

Depending on the type of tests you plan on conducting in your laboratory, certain requirements may need to be taken into consideration. Before you get to that however, there are certain steps that are key to setting up any laboratory.

Buying Lab Equipment

nowing what you need right off the bat will help you focus your goals and make sure you're covered

Buying the correct lab equipment, particularly if you're starting from the bottom can seem like an endless list with ballooning costs. Before making such a large investment in filling out an entire laboratory, there are a few key things you should take into consideration that could save you a lot of trouble and money in the long run.

Toxicology Testing Equipment

Toxicology testing takes place in a dedicated toxicology lab and falls into two categories, forensic and clinical

 Toxicology, as defined by the Human Toxicology Project, is “the study of chemicals that can cause problems for living things.” A wide-ranging field, it examines both natural and professionally developed chemicals and how they affect everything from humans to microbes, and everything in between. Toxicology testing, which typically takes place in a dedicated toxicology lab, is