Lab Management 101

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Small labs and large labs, industry labs and academic ones, core labs and government labs — there's one thing they all have in common. Every single one of these environments requires that someone take the time to oversee the aspects of the lab that go beyond the science. In some labs, that person is a dedicated lab manager, while other labs divide a traditional manager's duties among several different people. In many cases, the managers also perform their own research, and must juggle that with their other responsibilities.

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