Welcome to the LabRoots blog, where you can catch up on all the exciting news from the company, as well as check out all the comings and goings of the team.

The LabRoots Cancer Research & Oncology Virtual Event is coming up in roughly 3 weeks and we have quite the lineup scheduled for all attendees. As part of the event, we have a mini-symposium and a town hall session with various speakers presenting at each. The mini-symposium is scheduled to take place on the first day...

With our 2015 Microbiology Virtual Event being over and users having the option to watch the webcasts for the event, we’re now shifting our focus towards the many webinars coming up as well as our next big virtual event which will be covering the topic of Cancer Research & Oncology.  If you haven’t done so...

If you're interested in Microbiomes than our new speaker highlight should spark your interest: Jack A. Gilbert. Dr. Gilbert is an Envrionmental Microbiologist at the Department of Biosciences at the Argonne National Laboratory; an Associate Professor at the University of Chicago Department of Ecology & Evolution and Surgery; and Senior Scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woodshole. If you...

Our Microbiology Virtual Event is inching closer and we're continuing to highlight some of our keynote speakers! If you haven't done so already, head on over to the Microbiology Virtual Event page and sign up/register to save yourself a spot. One of our many keynote speakers at the event will be Dr. Phil Stewart who the Professor of Chemical and...

Our Microbiology Virtual Event is set to take place in roughly one month and in an effort to get everyone excited about what's to come, we've decided to highlight some of our keynote speakers! First off, just in case you didn't know, the Microbiology Virtual Event is a two day event that is set to...

LabRoots just got back from attending the Clinical Expo at AACC2015 in Atlanta. What a success! The American Association of Clinical Chemistry organized a wonderful conference this year, with fantastic speakers and a convention center full of companies showcasing new products and innovative technologies. We enjoyed learning about the new technologies brought to the Clinical...

LabRoots will be exhibiting at the annual American Association for Clinical Chemistry meeting in Atlanta July 26-30. We are always excited to join the other great companies at this meeting and be a part of bringing very informative and cutting edge information to attendees. The AACC 2015 meeting is a leading event for laboratory medicine worldwide....

Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms, including those that are unicellular (single cell), multicellular (cell colony), or acellular (lacking cells). Although we’ve learned much about the field of microbiology, some continue to suggest that we’ve only studied roughly 1% of all the microbes in any given environment. We at LabRoots are hosting our annual...