Thursday, February 23, 2017

Lab Fairy embraces Eli Lewis's lab at Ben Gurion university of the Negev



When there is a job for Lab Fairy it doesn't matter whether it's in the Noth or in the South - Lab Fairy packs its tools and embarks for an assignment! This time Lab Fairy has got a call from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. 

It's a pure pleasure to work with a professional lab manager

Having boarded a train heading South, the Lab Fairy had an hour ride to Beer Sheva. At the campus which is shared by hospital and university, Lab Fairy was met by amazing lab manager - Ronen Schuster. Ronen was so positive and cooperative that Lab Fairy had a true pleasure of working with him. Ronen accompanied us to the lab and gave very accurate instructions, so the expectations on both sides were very clear. 
Lab Fairy plunged into work. Lab Fairy's target was a fridge full of antibodies. On previous Lab Fairy assignments,  there were containers mostly with chemicals, therefore dealing with the new type of inventory items made it even more interesting and exciting!




The goals are shared, the pains are personal

One of the things that I found most fascinating about Lab Fairy is how lab managers perceive and talk about Lab Fairy. While all share the same goal of having a more organized lab, many are motivated by different pains.
For example, Ronen got extremely excited that owing to Lab Fairy he could have more free time. With this extra time, he could go to another professional meeting, without sacrificing his lab into logistic chaos.


These tiny antibody bottles were labeled by solvent-resistant labeling stickers and got checked in into LabSuit inventory module.
Though Ronen was busy with his tasks, the atmosphere was extremely positive, and I would like to thank both Ronen and Eli for that!

I wish there were more labs like this one!
See you next time at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev!

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