Over 60 people from around the BioHealth Capital Region came out to connect with old friends and make new connections, all while enjoying refreshments and local brews out of a repurposed centrifuge-turned-beer-cooler.
After more than a year of searching and planning, Seraxis found a new home in Montgomery County. With the assistance of experienced life sciences logistics company BaneBio, Seraxis was able to seamlessly move into its new facility earlier this year without interrupting its plans to scale and guide its lead cell therapy into the clinic.
Secretary of Commerce tours new I-270 Innovation Labs, flexible lab space meeting critical industry need
From left to right: Kelly Shultz – Secretary of Commerce, State of Maryland; Luis Rugeles – Co-founder & CEO, I-270 Innovation Labs; and Doug Bane – Co-founder & COO, I-270 Innovation Labs.
For many labs with limited funding, equipment failure can put a huge and unwelcome dent in the budget. Is the cost of fixing it more than the cost of replacing it? If it needs to be replaced, can you afford a new piece? What if you’re expanding operations and just need to update your lab with more equipment? More and more, labs are turning to suppliers to purchase used equipment, but that isn’t entirely without its own risks. Here are a few questions to ask if you’re buying used lab equipment.