July 2008
LabTalk;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 36 Issue 161, p29
Trade Publication
This section presents a tip and quote about managing laboratory equipment and supplies. Steve LaDuke of Katz & Klein Optival Laboratory in Sacramento, California, suggests to use of contact lens cases to deal with a problem with lost screws in the beach area. A survey by the American Society for Quality found the cost incurred by poor quality of products.


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