Thu, May 26, 2022 (8 AM–4 PM PDT / 4 PM–12 AM UK)
Starting a Green Labs Program | Maintaining Engagement | Techniques to reduce waste, energy, water, chemical use | Collaboration towards lab sustainability | Breakthrough Technologies changing the future of sustainable science | Happy Hour
Join us virtually on May 26, 2022 to create the future of sustainable science.
Recordings of the event will be made available to all registrants.
Note- If you would like to register on behalf of a group larger than 10, we can facilitate a one-time payment. Reach out to us at [email protected] with the subject 'Group registration for summit'.
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Boston Children’s Hospital
Colorado State University
The University of Edinburgh
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
JnJ Orthopaedic Laboratories
Johns Hopkins University
National Institutes of Health
University of Alabama at Birmingham
University of Colorado Boulder
Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh
SW Safety Solutions Inc.
City of Cambridge
University of Bergen
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Envetec Sustainable Technologies
The Epicenter (Founder, My Green Lab)
My Green Lab
“My Green Lab’s influence and passion for environmental sustainability truly shine at their annual summit. The My Green Lab Summit is a great opportunity for everyone across the scientific community to collaborate and share their experiences. This event enables us to learn about achievable, measurable ways to work towards improving the sustainability of laboratory operations—and the world in which we all live. I strongly recommend participation in the upcoming 2022 summit to help one progress their lab sustainability goals.”
—Darlene Solomon, Ph.D., Agilent Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
"I highly recommend attending the My Green Lab Summit so we can come together as a community to share ideas, voice the need for progress and change, and support My Green Lab in its efforts to help achieve that progress and change. In my opinion, My Green Lab is working to fill an essential role for the green lab movement by facilitating and providing a space where the green lab community, scientists, and other research institution stakeholders can interact with manufacturers of scientific equipment and supplies to drive change that will make scientific research more sustainable. The Summit is an important part of achieving that goal of sustainability by bringing these groups together for direct communication and discussion about actions needed."
—Kathryn Ramirez-Aguilar, Ph.D., CU Green Labs Program Manager, University of Colorado Boulder