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Bitesize Bio’s Jason Erk says "laboratories around the world find creative ways to do more with less." Creatively stretching budgets, lab heads can also save "money [that] can be put towards supplies needed to do the science," he adds. When it comes to stocking the lab, Erk recommends shopping around – both within and outside of an institution. "Do the Research Stores (as they're known at my institution) have the lowest prices?

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