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Wet laboratory

A laboratory where chemicals, drugs, or other materials or biological matter is tested and analyzed, and which requires water, direct ventilation, and specialized piped utilities.
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The Montgomery County Economic Development Corp.'s new Bio Lab Pilot project will provide $10 per square foot of wet lab fit-out costs, up to $30,000, to cmpanies that agree to be headquartered in Montgomery County for three years and lease 5,000 square feet or less of wet lab space.
Its design includes a lab tower containing wet lab, wet lab support and office spaces for wet lab researchers, as well as a lower dry lab bar which includes workstations and offices for computational research groups.
HiberCell will occupy a 15,000 s/f pre-built wet lab and office suite on the building's 8th floor, which is under construction and expected to be completed in April.
The building is organized into nine research modules consisting of approximately 1/3 dry and 2/3 wet lab spaces.
"One of the biggest challenges for both manufacturers and retailers is how to upgrade photoprocessing systems to new and more efficient dry lab technology in a way that doesn't jeopardize existing investments; wet lab is devaluating quickly, and there is little resale market in the United States.
The facility contains five different sections: a lobby, an office for the collection manager, a wet lab, a dry lab, and a storage room containing the cryovats.
The wet lab at the Leatherhead Enterprise Centre has welcomed its first company in the shape of US-based flavours house FONA International.
If a scientist wanted to understand something, he needed a wet lab: test tubes, samples, and everything else.
"Someone in a wet lab will find a gene, sequence it, and ship the data over to someone in a computational lab.
Interactive video lessons have expanded and enhanced the content of the introductory course by allowing students to study reactions that are too hazardous, too expensive or too time consuming to study in the wet lab; have reduced the costs and problem of disposing hazardous and heavy metal wastes; and have allowed for better use of wet lab space and more effective use of teachers' time.
JCVI laboratories will be primarily composed of the typical wet lab facilities found in biology-related research labs complete with wet and dry services, fume hoods, autoclaves, and supporting safety systems.