Amanda Hollenbeck
Associate Editor

Amanda Hollenbeck is the Associate Editor for Laboratory Equipment Magazine. She holds a B.A. in English with a concentration in writing from William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey. Her past experience includes content development, editing and writing as well as internships in marketing, social media and public relations.

In addition to writing and producing content, Amanda helps prepare the daily e-newsletters, working extensively on Laboratory Equipment's website. 

Amanda can be reached at amanda.hollenbeck@advantagemedia.com

A study found that people were motivated to change their lifestyle choices when they witnessed their disease risk factors within their genomic information.
6.18.2018
11:00am
A first-of-its-kind study suggests that a greener environment reduces the development of asthma, and it also revealed that plant diversity can be a shield...
6.15.2018
9:38am
New research has found that queen bumblebees are experiencing significant consequences due to exposure to insecticide and a poor, non-diverse diet.
6.14.2018
1:54pm
A team of researchers found that man-made microplastics and hazardous chemicals are widespread near the Antarctic Peninsula.
6.12.2018
1:10pm
A gene within butterfly’s wings has been found to directly affect the manifestation of dorsal wing traits within the African squinting bush brown butterfly.
6.11.2018
8:00am
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According to researchers, cats and dogs prefer significantly different macronutrient percentages in their diet. Their diets are more complex than once thought...
6.7.2018
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Researchers have found a greater link between confidence, patience and serotonin when studying the effect of neuromodulator serotonin’s affects in mice.
6.5.2018
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Researchers have found that when stick insects are consumed by their bird predators, the eggs survive digestion, involuntarily broadening the species to...
5.31.2018
1:47pm
Growing vegetables in space without assistance from synthetic fertilizer may have once seemed far-reaching due to the stress and reproductive inefficiencies...
5.30.2018
9:18am
Researchers discovered that certain bacteria in the gut microbiota, when aligned with the ketogenic diet, could provide an anti-seizure effect in the brain for...
5.29.2018
10:19am
Known to devastate human health, the malaria parasite genus, Plasmodium, consists of five malaria parasite species identified to infect humans, and may have an...
5.24.2018
10:24am
New research finds that night shift work, and even jetlag, may affect the body’s physiological alignment via blood proteins that are involved in energy...
5.23.2018
10:52am