lab bench

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Noun1.lab bench - a workbench in a laboratorylab bench - a workbench in a laboratory    
lab, laboratory, research lab, research laboratory, science lab, science laboratory - a workplace for the conduct of scientific research
work bench, workbench, bench - a strong worktable for a carpenter or mechanic
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Using highly advanced methods and skills, what could have remained as a lab bench technique has been brought to the bedside for better patient care", said Dr Pragna Rao, Dean, KMC.
Companies can start with a single lab bench and scale up as they grow.
This entire piece, Howard said, gesturing overhead to a power bus that runs vacuum units installed in each lab bench, was brought in and installed just like it is, and just the piping was hooked up here.
"We made this discovery using a supercomputer, on the lab bench, in mice and in humans."
The partnership provides AbbVie multiple ways to access and support companies in the MBC BioLabs community including allocating "Golden Tickets," which offer entrepreneurial scientists one year's use of a lab bench and core facilities at MBC BioLabs' San Francisco or San Carlos site.
The properties of such "unnatural" rubbers, Gates acknowledges, will remain a mystery until they are available on a lab bench, a feature that makes this kind of discovery research all the more compelling for him.
They can quickly set up a private lab bench that can comprise of a variety of digital devices, including all the latest smartphones, tablets, and wearable devices such as iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry.
With retractable feet and optional tilt handle and rack mount hardware it is ideal for use in most any environment from lab bench to field.
Similarly, the new Invitrogen Evos FL Auto 2 Imaging System takes up a small footprint on a lab bench top (92 cm x 92 cm, including the instrument, computer and monitor).
Verstrepen got his first inkling about what the smelly stuff might be good for about 15 years ago when he left flasks of yeast sitting on his lab bench over a weekend.
Ivan Martin, a professor of tissue engineering who led the research, said the treatment went "from lab bench to bedside".