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LabRoots would like to thank all of our users and supporters that make LabRoots what it is today. We are excited to announce that, for the second year in a row, LabRoots has been added to the Entrepreneur 360™ List. Each year Entrepreneur Magazine identifies businesses that are mastering business growth craft. Companies must apply and are...

The LabRoots’ 2019 Fall Scholarship welcomed applications from students around the world, seeking support for research projects, travel expenses, and training supplies associated with their academic pursuits in one of the STEM fields. We would like to congratulate Lana Salloum as this Fall's scholarship winner! Lana is a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania studying Neuroscience with...

The LabRoots' 2019 Spring Scholarship welcomed applications from students around the world, seeking support for research projects, travel expenses, and training supplies associated with their academic pursuits in one of the STEM fields. We would like to congratulate Kathryn Waite as this Spring's scholarship winner! Kathryn will be studying Chemistry and Pre-Med at the University of North Carolina...

The LabRoots 2018 Fall Scholarship welcomed applications from students needing support for research projects, travel expenses, and training supplies associated with their academic pursuits in one of the STEM fields. We would like to congratulate Jennifer Bradley as this Fall's scholarship winner! Jennifer currently a part-time Ph.D. student and works full-time at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). ...

The Neuroscience 2019 virtual event, produced by LabRoots, will start off with a bang this year, featuring Joshua A. Gordon, M.D., Ph.D., the Director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), the lead federal agency for research on mental disorders. Dr. Gordon oversees an extensive research portfolio of basic and clinical research that seeks to...

It seems like everyone knows someone with cancer. It is one of those diseases that touches millions of lives. Because of this, the cancer research and clinical communities work tirelessly to learn more about the many different types and mechanisms of cancer as well as to develop new treatments to beat the disease in a...

CRISPR has been the belle of the scientific research ball for over a decade. While there are many other gene editing methods (TALENS, zinc fingers, meganucleases…), none have been hailed as so quick and easy as CRISPR-Cas9. With its increased adoption and integration in research labs, CRISPR gene editing has gained importance as a research...