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.

Communication. Connection. Collaboration. During a traditional science conference, the day(s) are filled with speakers reporting on their current findings and research with short question-and-answer sessions afterward; there might be 20-25 speakers making it impossible to attend every presentation. The most valuable part of any conference--networking, collaborating, and connecting with fellow scientists--is limited due to time constraints. In...

LabRoots is the premier virtual education provider offering virtual events and webinars that will showcase your industry brand and reach your clients with a unique approach to generate leads. We use a powerful virtual platform in HTML5 where you can create educational content or promote your products and technologies all the while bolstering your company...

The arduous journey for a medical student encompassing medical school, residency, and licensure testing has been widely reported describing the cut-throat competition between students and the long, grueling hours a resident is expected to fulfill. It’s considered a rite of passage that every practicing physician has endured. However, the grueling journey of a Ph.D. student...

Our 2nd annual virtual event about Cannabis sciences took place on March 27 and 28 featuring a number of experts in their fields. Current research and work covering opportunities and challenges in technology, regulatory issues, analytical testing, and mainstreaming cannabis were presented. “Such an amazing amount of knowledge presented here, big thanks to LabRoots for putting this...

Why should we be concerned about past advances and discoveries in both medicine and science? Shouldn’t we be focused on moving forward rather than looking back? The truth is that if there isn’t an understanding of the past new hypotheses and theories cannot be formulated. A case in point is the discovery of the smallpox...

Our 7th Annual Neuroscience Virtual Event was held on March 13-14 and was a huge success. Joshua Gordon, MD, PhD, Director of the National Institute of Mental Health, opened the event with his keynote address detailing some of the challenges and opportunities in mental health research. He provided an update for the NIH’s Brain Research...

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...