Center for Laboratory Sciences Announces Name Change to Reflect Commitment to Columbia Basin College

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  • 12:26PM Feb 18, 2015
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(PASCO, Wash., Feb. 18, 2015) The Center for Laboratory Sciences located on the Columbia Basin College campus announced today that it is changing its name to Columbia Basin Analytical Laboratories. This change further emphasizes the expanding partnership between Columbia Basin College and RJ Lee Group. The laboratories, which began operation in 2001, will continue to […]

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Columbia Basin Analytical Laboratories and Columbia Basin College Partnership

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  • 4:55PM Dec 15, 2014
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What is CBAL? Columbia Basin Analytical Laboratories is a joint venture between Columbia Basin College (CBC) and RJ Lee Group, Inc. The partnership, begun in 2001, drove construction of Center for Laboratory Sciences (CLS), a 15,000-square foot facility completed in 2005. In 2014, CLS changed its name to Columbia Basin Analytical Laboratories (CBAL) to emphasize the […]

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Petrography is an important part of bridge construction

What Can Petrographic Analysis Tell You About the Condition of Concrete Structures?

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  • 3:59PM Dec 09, 2014
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According to a 2013 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure, 1 in 9 bridges in metropolitan areas are structurally deficient. The estimated investment needed to eliminate the backlog of deficient bridges by 2028 is $20.5 billion annually—that’s $8 billion more per year than currently invested. Recently, CBS addressed the topic of crumbling roads and bridges in […]

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Vermiculite Questions and Answers – LAB.055.1 and 198.8

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  • 10:51AM Nov 06, 2014
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Vermiculite Questions and Answers – LAB.055.1* and 198.8 Recently changes to the New York State Department of Health’s (NYS DOH) requirements for vermiculite containing materials have made staying current and up-to-date with the guidelines for compliance critical. Thousands of structures across New York State with spray-on fireproofing containing vermiculite (SOF-V) are affected by these new regulations. RJ Lee Group […]

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RJ Lee Group’s Vermiculite Analysis Method Approved by NYS Department of Health

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  • 12:15PM Jul 25, 2014
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(MONROEVILLE, Pa., July 25, 2014) RJ Lee Group, Inc., a materials characterization laboratory and consulting firm, is proud to announce that RJ Lee Group Method LAB.055.1 has been approved by the New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) for analyzing asbestos content in spray-on fireproofing containing vermiculite (SOF-V). This new method successfully determines whether […]

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How to Select Polymeric Materials for Medical Devices Produced Using Additive Manufacturing

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  • 1:45PM Jul 17, 2014
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By Crystal Morrison, Ph.D. The additive manufacturing community is abuzz with discussions of what the future will look like—for aerospace, for medicine, and for countless other fields. Those who approach additive manufacturing (AM) from a material science perspective are also considering what these advances mean at the material level—how will a polymer or plastic that […]

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Laboratory Informatics

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  • 11:56AM Jul 17, 2014
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Having worked with and for scientists and engineers for over 20 years, our software architects know what is needed to manage the multiple aspects of engineering systems maintenance and laboratory informatics. We build your software support system to adapt to your processes, your staff and your requirements. Themis Forensic LIMS Software More than 30 years […]

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