Thoughts on managing the analytical laboratory

Turle, Richard
January 2010
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Jan2010, Vol. 396 Issue 1, p181
Academic Journal
The author presents insights into human resources, facilities, finances, quality and safety that are involved in managing an analytical laboratory. He supports the notion that candidate managers should be able to work with scientists in a laboratory set up. He reiterates that a change in the workflow is needed in order to maximize a laboratory space.


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