This month Babcock Labs hosted local middle school students who toured our facilities and learned about environmental testing careers. These future scientists and engineers are part of the Success in Science & Technology: Engagement with Role-models (SISTERS) program.
As we prepare to welcome 2019, I find it important to reflect on some of the key industry issues of 2018 as they provide a prelude to the focal-points and challenges our industry is sure to experience in the New Year.
Babcock Laboratories, Inc. is honored to announce that it has been named a Top Workplace in the Inland Empire for the second year in a row!
October is associated with jack-o-lanterns, ghouls and goblins, and pumpkin spice… everything. But for the laboratory professionals at Babcock Labs, October is also associated with employee ownership!
Babcock Laboratories, Inc. is the sponsor of this month’s University of California, Riverside (UCR) Citizens University Committee (CUC) Breakfast. At the event, UCR Ph.D. Candidate Daniel Harmon will give a presentation on his research concerning recycled water and public opinion.
Next month representatives from Babcock Laboratories will head to NOLA to attend the annual NEMC/TNI Environmental Measurement Symposium.
The weeklong conference will include 180 oral and poster presentations in 27 technical sessions, five keynote speakers, a technology showcase, and a plenary session on the conference’s theme, “The Future Landscape for Science.”