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Welcome to the KentConnects blog, where we provide tips, best practices, examples, and more helpful information to improve your processes, boost your efficiency, and make your lab work smarter and safer.

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Animal Research Plays a Key Role in Developing Important Vaccines 

Monday, June 25, 2018  by Eugene Marino, Marketing Manager

Animal models have been used in biomedical research for hundreds of years, and some of the most important breakthroughs animal research has made possible are vaccines. Here are a few new vaccines that are on the horizon.

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Gender: The Hidden Variable in Animal Research 

Tuesday, May 29, 2018  by Eugene Marino, Marketing Manager

Isolating and controlling variables is a crucial part of every scientific experiment, but more and more studies are showing that one variable—gender—has the potential to affect research results in unexpected ways. 

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The Importance of STEM Mentoring for Kids 

Tuesday, April 24, 2018  by Eugene Marino, Marketing Manager

Most kids want to grow up to be actors, musicians, or astronauts. STEM mentoring can open their eyes to the vast opportunities for exciting, fulfilling careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

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The Importance of Physiological Monitoring in Preclinical Research 

Wednesday, March 28, 2018  by Eugene Marino, Marketing Manager

Researchers who are privileged to work with live animals bear a responsibility to respect their resources and understand that it’s important to do everything possible to achieve the most accurate data, while at the same time maximizing the safety of the animals.

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The Future for Women in STEM Fields 

Tuesday, February 27, 2018  by Eugene Marino, Marketing Manager

Why aren't there more women in science? Some people have claimed it has to do with biology, aptitude, or personality, but actually it has more to do with bias, stereotypes, and lack of mentorship.

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