Blog: Students uncover science...from a bus?

Photos courtesy of Ben Dubin-Thaler

The nonprofit Cell Motion Laboratories is running an interactive lab on wheels -- a 1976 transit bus stuffed with state-of-the-art scientific resources. The goal? Use this BioBus to allow students to experience science first-hand. Learn more about the BioBus and how Life Technologies' support is helping mold the scientists of tomorrow.Read More

Date Posted: 09/08/10

Blog: High Specificity Meets Sustainability: TaqMan® Genomic Assays now ship without coolers and dry ice

Our customers want quality, high-performing products. We want to enable Life Science discovery with innovative, transforming technologies. And we all want to minimize our environmental impact.Read More

Date Posted: 07/12/10

Blog: Making Big Strides Toward a Smaller Footprint

- See how we are extending “reduce, reuse, and recycle”

Reduce, reuse, and recycle—three basic principles that help guide responsible actions toward our environment. These principles are as relevant today as ever, and at Life Technologies, we put them to work at all levels of our business operations. However, with the serious environmental threats we now face, reaching toward a state of genuine sustainability will challenge us to step outside our comfort zone in search of truly innovative ways to lessen our impact.Read More

Date Posted: 05/27/10

Blog: Al Gore Congratulates Life Technologies in BIO 2010 Keynote Address



Former vice president of the United States Al Gore congratulated Life Technologies for its sequencing efforts during his keynote address at the 2010 BIO International Convention at the McCormick Place convention center in Chicago, Ill on Wednesday. Read More

Date Posted: 05/05/10

Blog: Life Technologies Goes to AGBT - Feb. 24-27



Life Technologies heads to Marco Island, Florida for the 11th annual Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT) meeting. The AGBT meeting is now widely regarded as the premier scientific forum for capturing information about the latest advances in new DNA sequencing technologies and their applications to diverse areas in biology and biomedical research.Read More

Date Posted: 02/22/10