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Initiating More Sustainable Practices in Biology - Get Started Now



WEBINAR

Laboratories are renowned for their substantial energy and water consumption, as well as the generation of waste. Therefore, it is essential for laboratories to take the lead in addressing sustainability issues. There are various methods to initiate more sustainable practices into your lab.
In this webinar, we will lead you through practical examples and present greener alternatives, demonstrating how these choices can contribute to the reduction of your lab’s environmental footprint. We will highlight products for common biology applications like the newly launched mPAGE® LUX system for fast and safe electrophoresis gel preparation, GenElute™-E for DNA extraction and purification in just 1 spin, Stericup®-E for sterile filtration and ZooMAb® recombinant antibodies for diverse biology applications such as Western blotting, immunohistochemistry, and flow cytometry.
Learn how simple changes can significantly reduce your lab's environmental impact without compromising efficiency and quality of your research.

What you will learn:

  • The importance of addressing sustainability in biology labs and its impact on waste generation
  • Methods and practical examples to incorporate more sustainable practices into your lab
  • Introduction to greener alternatives and their role in reducing the environmental footprint of your lab, including highlighted products for common biology applications
     

Speakers

Cornelia Roessler

Cornelia Roessler

Merck

Technology Manager

Following her doctoral thesis at the Institute of Biochemistry in Frankfurt, Dr. Cornelia Roessler started her professional experience at Chemicon International. After several acquisitions and now more than 20 years of experience in the Cell Culture area she is working as a Technology Manager at Merck handling the entire Cell Culture portfolio together with a colleague for Europe.

Carmela Foti

Carmela Foti

Merck

Technology Manager

Carmela received her Ph.D. in Biomedical Technologies from the University of Udine, in 2009. Her research interests encompass apoptosis, autophagy, and new drug screening. Throughout her career, she has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, contributing to her field of expertise. Carmela has held various roles at Merck and currently serves as a Technology Manager in protein analysis supporting the introduction of new technologies and fosters scientific progress.

Oliver Baille

Oliver Baille

Merck

Technology Manager

Olivier, a molecular biology expert with over 23 years of experience, obtained his Master's degree in Biochemistry and Immunology from Aix-Marseille University. He embarked on his professional journey at Sigma Aldrich in 2001, contributing to roles in sales and Field Marketing. Presently, Olivier holds the position of Technology Manager at Merck, overseeing the Genomics and Functional Genomics portfolio for Europe. In this role, he introduces cutting-edge technologies and promotes scientific progress to drive advancements in the field.

Pawel Kroliczak

Pawel Kroliczak

Merck

Technology Manager

Pawel holds a Ph.D. in Biology. After gaining several years of experience in research, he joined Millipore over 20 years ago as an Application Specialist. Following the acquisition by Merck, he has assumed various roles and responsibilities within the EMEA region, overseeing the Biology range of products.

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