Michelle Taylor
Editor-in-Chief

Michelle Taylor is the Editor-in-Chief of Laboratory Equipment and Forensic Magazinewith both brands a part of Advantage Business Media's (ABM) Science Group. 

Michelle has held a variety of roles within Laboratory Equipment in her seven years with ABM, most recently being promoted to Editor-in-Chief in 2014. 

She is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the brand, as well as overseeing the content and production of all print issues. She writes in-depth feature articles, industry news, blogs and reports. Some of her most-written about topics include lab safety, advanced imaging and food and bev. 

Michelle earned her B.A. in Journalism from Elon University in Elon, N.C.

Researchers have developed novel magnetic nanoparticles that drastically speed the screening of pesticides in vegetables.
8.24.2018
11:49am
Health and Human Services recently approved the addition of spinal muscular atrophy to the list of conditions the U.S. government recommends for newborn...
8.24.2018
11:30am
Here's a science joke you might like: What would you call a remake of the classic film TRON?
5.14.2018
9:58am
The philanthropical foundations of two of the world’s foremost leaders in technology are teaming up to tackle a worsening problem—the U.S. education system.
5.9.2018
12:34pm
A new technique vying for acceptance in the marketplace could change DNA sequencing forever.
5.2.2018
11:31am
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The National Science Foundation (NSF) just initiated a policy that requires institutions to disclose when grantee researchers are found to have violated...
5.1.2018
10:03am
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is looking to fund innovative research projects that will ultimately lead to the development of universal influenza...
4.30.2018
1:38pm
Ph.D. Candidate Chi-En Lin won the 2018 Young Chemist Award for his development of electrochemical biosensors that can better diagnose complex diseases.
4.10.2018
9:54am
Here's a science joke you might like: Where do scientists send criminal neurons?
3.19.2018
9:38am
Here's a science joke you might like: Why did the germ cross the microscope?
3.12.2018
8:43am
Slowly but surely, as collaborations and multidisciplinary teams become the norm, preclinical and clinical labs have established themselves as an integral part...
3.12.2018
8:19am
Pittcon 2018 is officially in the books, having wrapped up on Thursday, March 1. Competition for the Pittcon Today Excellence Awards was fierce, but ultimately...
3.5.2018
3:02pm
Here's a science joke you might like: What did Solution A say to Solution B when he got mad for no reason?
2.20.2018
9:19am
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A new year means different things to different people. Here at Laboratory Equipment, there are a few reasons we get excited for the new year, none more so...
2.16.2018
10:15am
In today's nano world, research is fueled by elements thousands of times smaller than human hair.
2.15.2018
8:48am
When Olympic hopefuls are sliding down icy tracks at speeds of 93 mph, those watching at the event or on television aren’t usually thinking about how the track...
2.13.2018
10:20am
The latest chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) research has drawn a line between concussions, traumatic brain injury and CTE, for the first time ever.
2.5.2018
3:53pm
Here's a science joke you might like: What do bees use to brush their hair?
1.22.2018
10:19am
Here's a science joke you might like: Why was the chemistry teacher sad?
1.15.2018
9:23am
New York City is taking a double stand against climate change--first filing a lawsuit against the top five oil companies for their role in global warming,...
1.11.2018
12:42pm
The John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology and Values at the University of Notre Dame has released its annual list of emerging ethical dilemmas and...
1.5.2018
8:42am
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The John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology and Values at the University of Notre Dame has released its annual list of emerging ethical dilemmas and...
1.4.2018
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Here's a science joke you might like: Are tectonic plates dishwasher safe?
12.18.2017
10:25am
While the overall number of international students studying in the U.S. has increased, the number of new international students enrolling at U.S. institutions...
12.7.2017
10:29am
Here's a science joke you might like: What is the name of the molecule CH2O?
12.4.2017
9:32am
With the onslaught of wearable technologies in the past few years, it was only a matter of time before technologies formerly reserved for the doctor’s office...
12.1.2017
8:01am
Past studies have shown that female athletes have a higher rate of concussion than their male counterparts in the same sport, and a new study from the...
11.30.2017
10:35am
The editors of Laboratory Equipment want to start your week off with a smile. So, here's a science joke you might like: What did Sodium (Na) say after its...
11.27.2017
9:40am
With the end of the year nigh, let's look back on some of the most popular articles of the year. Click here to read the top 3 articles published on our...
11.15.2017
8:47am
The editors of Laboratory Equipment want to start your week off with a smile. So, here's a science joke you might like: What do you call two dinosaurs...
11.13.2017
10:02am
More than a decade ago, nanotechnology became an integral part of the overall scientific research world. And now, many researchers believe, it’s nanomedicine’s...
11.13.2017
8:36am
The editors of Laboratory Equipment want to start your week off with a smile. So, here's a science joke you might like: What do you get when you put root...
11.6.2017
9:58am
The president of science for the groundbreaking Chan Zuckerberg Initiative has been named R&D Magazine’s 2017 Scientist of the Year for her commitment to...
10.31.2017
8:00am
Did you know that 52 percent of all non-medical use for opioids starts in someone’s medicine cabinet?
10.30.2017
11:25am
The editors of Laboratory Equipment want to start your week off with a smile. So, here's a science joke you might like: Have you heard about the new...
10.30.2017
10:48am
The editors of Laboratory Equipment want to start your week off with a smile. So, here's a science joke you might like: What is the chemical formula for a...
10.23.2017
10:51am
Opioid addiction research may actually be the prime example of a research topic that spans the clinical and analytical lab spheres. Not only does it impact...
10.16.2017
9:48am
The editors of Laboratory Equipment want to start your week off with a smile. So, here's a science joke you might like: What do you call a snake that...
10.16.2017
9:16am
Last year, the leading cause of death for people under the age of 50 wasn’t cancer or heart problems or even motor vehicle accidents. So what is the reason for...
10.10.2017
9:05am