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

New research suggests Neanderthals unknowingly passed genetic defenses to modern humans through interbreeding, which occurred in two specific instances.
10.11.2018
12:16pm
Invasive plants could potentially be catalysts for fighting climate change in coastal vegetated habitats, according to new research.
10.10.2018
9:07am
Researchers have revealed that the success or failure of a heart transplant may be influenced by a key factor: the gut microbiome.
10.5.2018
9:59am
In the case of the burying beetle species, “helicopter parenting” takes on a whole new meaning in terms of survival
10.3.2018
2:52pm
A team of researchers has developed a specific cystic fibrosis lung model to test new treatment methods.
9.27.2018
3:32pm
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A new study suggests that an ancient retrovirus is more frequently found in drug addicts, broadening the implications for addiction behavior.
9.26.2018
10:44am
Researchers have uncovered why only 4 percent of people are impacted by the airborne fungal spore, Aspergillus.
9.24.2018
12:23pm
Researchers have developed a live-attenuated Zika vaccine to target and kill glioblastoma stem cells hiding out in brain tissue.
9.20.2018
10:06am
New research has uncovered that preemies are vulnerable to bacteria they encounter during birth that can lead to respiratory problems.
9.19.2018
9:00am
Researchers suggest that the genus Homo experienced a mutation that caused the loss of a gene, leading to humanity’s ability of being the best long-distance...
9.13.2018
11:19am
Researchers revealed what makes some people more susceptible to rhinovirus, and that the body makes a trade-off.
9.12.2018
9:17am
Researchers have made a breakthrough discovery that could begin the eventual process of developing an effective vaccine against HIV-1.
9.11.2018
8:48am
Researchers are now looking towards venom to develop life-saving therapies by gaining a deeper understanding of venomous species.
9.10.2018
8:46am
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Researchers have developed a device that quickly identifies if a mosquito belongs to a disease-carrying species.
9.7.2018
9:00am
In a recent breakthrough, scientists have unveiled the DNA code of opium poppy, providing answers as to how it led to the production of commonly used...
8.31.2018
9:00am
Researchers achieved dust lead levels considerably lower than the current EPA standards, and examined blood lead levels in children before and after lowering...
8.28.2018
1:00pm
Researchers have created a paper-based bio-battery by using bacteria as the power source.
8.24.2018
2:10pm
Researchers found that plastic contact lenses, used by 45 million people in the US alone, break apart in wastewater plants and eventually seep into the...
8.23.2018
12:48pm
Researchers found that long-term e-cigarette use increases cancer risk, as oral cell DNA may be modified with long-term use.
8.23.2018
8:55am
Researchers revealed a probable reason as to why people have reduced inflammatory bowel disease symptoms while using cannabis.
8.16.2018
8:51am
Researchers have revealed that elephants have a special biological mechanism that distinctly protects them from cancer.
8.14.2018
1:00pm
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Researchers confirmed that Bermuda Fireworms, bioluminescent creatures native to the Carribbean, have a distinct enzyme that drives their beautiful glow by...
8.10.2018
8:39am
Researchers have discovered that chemicals in sunscreen negatively impact zebrafish, and that high levels of these chemicals were found in water in Shenzhen,...
8.1.2018
1:48pm
The findings bring about the question of whether heading injuries can have preventative measures with sex specific guidelines, and sheds light on the...
7.31.2018
1:12pm
Salmonella is one of the most common intestinal pathogens that is frequently reported on whenever there is a recall for contaminated food. Researchers answered...
7.31.2018
8:28am
In a first high-level study of its kind, reporting on the world’s most diverse tropical ecosystems, researchers unveiled that global diversity collapse is on...
7.30.2018
2:51pm
Researchers took the next step in cannabis research and found that cannabis or cannabis-based drugs, when used long-term, can impair memory.
7.30.2018
8:00am
Researchers have found that higher consumption of fruits and vegetables may lower the risk of breast cancer.
7.27.2018
8:00am
Researchers found that even though individuals are more susceptible to heart attacks in areas with higher NO2, the NO2 exposure does not cancel out benefits of...
7.20.2018
2:51pm
After a new study, researchers believe that there may be an interactive effect between nitrates in cured processed meats and another component in meat that...
7.19.2018
9:01am
In an effort to untangle the bat family tree, researchers used cutting-edge technology and predicted two new species in the process.
7.18.2018
10:11am
A team of researchers have conducted a preliminary study that demonstrates that individuals with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder are more susceptible...
7.13.2018
2:00pm
Ants are seen as strategic and resourceful, but considerably larger head size in even the toughest of ants does not mean that they have more brain tissue...
7.13.2018
8:56am
Researchers revealed that birds consume 400 to 500 million metric tons of bugs such as beetles, flies, ants, moths, aphids, grasshoppers, crickets and other...
7.11.2018
1:31pm
Researchers suggest that there is another risk factor when it comes to childhood obesity: a child's eating behaviors may be motivated by the diet and...
7.9.2018
1:08pm
Armadillos may be natural reservoirs for leprosy transmission to humans. Researchers have discovered that armadillos in Brazil carry the bacterium that causes...
7.6.2018
1:00pm
Adapting to climate change by supplying more air conditioning may seem like a simple fix, but a new study suggests that adding more air conditioning in the...
7.6.2018
9:16am
Researchers have discovered the potential for a new tool in fighting the most destructive rice pest via a biological, and unintentional, defense mechanism of...
7.5.2018
9:10am
Once blocked by Treponema pallidum’s inability to be cultured in a lab dish, researchers have now discovered a method of culturing the bacteria that causes...
7.3.2018
8:41am