Hello Everyone. Check out this great video from John Alberico, the chair of this year’s SLCan Conference in Toronto. He outlines some of the details and exciting features for the upcoming event, which will be held from November 18th to 20th. See you there!
Sustainable Labs Canada (SLCan) is proud to announce that the agenda is now available for the 2018 Conference in #Winnipeg! Check it out here: https://bit.ly/2MKxekG. Register here at the early bird rate before September 1st: https://bit.ly/2JWGF2v. ____________________ Laboratoire Écologiques du Canada est fier d’annoncer que le programme de la conférence 2018 à #Winnipeg est maintenant disponible! Consultez-le ici: https://bit.ly/2MKxekG. […]
Please note that the Poster Design Competition for this year’s SLCan Sustainable Laboratory Conference is Now Open! The submission deadline is October 9th, 2018! The competition details are available here : https://slcan.ca/professional-development/2018-slcan-sustainable-laboratory-conference/poster-design/ ________ La compétition de conception d’affiche est maintenant ouverte! La date limite pour soumettre une affiche est le 9 octobre 2018! Découvrez comment ici: https://slcan.ca/professional-development/2018-slcan-sustainable-laboratory-conference/poster-design/
Hello Everyone, As you probably know, the Call for Abstracts for the 2018 SLCan Sustainable Labs Conference was recently extended to June 1st. That is tomorrow! Here is the link to the web page which contains the Call for Abstracts. Call for Abstracts Please encourage your contacts and colleagues to submit! Thanks. Kevin Humeniuk
Cost of new computer system pays for itself in energy savings! Taking a Megabyte out of our Energy Bills!
Science Minister Kirsty Duncan ready to begin science funding overhaul https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/science-minister-kirsty-duncan-ready-to-begin-science-funding-overhaul/article35497370/
SLCan’s founding President, James Dykes, was the recipient of I2SL’s 2015 Go Beyond Award. Go Beyond Award winners show their commitment to excellence in sustainability in laboratory and other high-technology facility projects by going beyond the facility itself to consider shared resources, infrastructure and services, and neighboring communities, as well as contributing to increased use […]
CSA Technical Working Committee Z316.5-15 drafts a standard for Fume hoods and associated ductwork in Canada. We have created the next draft and it is now available for public review. We would appreciate review and feedback from members of Sustainable Labs Canada. The document can be found here: http://publicreview.csa.ca/Home/Category/006 The closing date for public review […]