This project ran from 2012 to 2016 and supported good practice in the design, operation and management of laboratories in English universities. This includes University College London, the project grant-holder.
It continued and extended the successful S-Lab (safe, successful, sustainable laboratories) initiative, which is now being taken forward as a self-funded activity. The main activities were:
The project also provided grants to support laboratory improvement at Bristol, Hertfordshire, Warwick and York Universities, and King’s College London.
The project culminated with a one-day conference showcasing laboratory good practice at the University of Nottingham. It featured the new GSK Carbon-Neutral Sustainable Chemistry Laboratory which has been hailed as the most sustainable university laboratory in the world.
|Total project funding||£299,750|
Page last updated 17 August 2016