Behind Every Instrument...
Analytical scientists are not just another machine in the lab – we must learn from this period of disruption and strive to take better care of ourselves and our colleagues
Zoë Ayres | | Opinion
With the need for high-throughput, rapid, and reliable testing, analytical science has readily taken its position at the forefront of the COVID-19 battle. With daily updates about the creation of new techniques to help tackle the crisis, it’s easy to forget about the people behind the machines. And yet, behind every test, and behind every instrument, there is a human being.
That’s why, as we move towards a “new normal” in the post-pandemic world, I encourage you to use this disruptive period as an opportunity to disrupt our thinking about mental and physical wellbeing in science.
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