September 27, 2022
Join I²SL St. Louis Chapter for a Webinar on lessons learned from NYC’s BEPS legislation, including strategies for boosting energy efficiency, reducing carbon dependence, increasing electricity use, and avoiding financial penalties.
Washington University Neuroscience Research Facility Tour and Happy Hour
Join us for an in person, guided tour, of the new 609,000-sf, 11-story, start-of-the-art neuroscience research facility on the campus of Washington University School of Medicine. Once complete, it will be one of the largest neuroscience research facilities in the nation and will provide the neuroscience community a central home and laboratory environment.
Please bring own PPE (hard hat, safety glasses, high visibility vest, and hard toe boots)
Event Sponsors – McCarthy Building Companies & Friemel Love
Don’t Get Squashed by Your Lab’s Carbon Footprint Presented by Patrick Murphy
Join the I2SL-St. Louis Chapter in welcoming Patrick Murphy, Director of Sustainable Design for Vanderweil Engineers, to discuss making your lab code compliant with rapidly updating energy codes.
I2SL 2021 Conference Virtual Recap
Wednesday, November 10th from 4:00-5:30pm CST
Join the I2SL-St. Louis Chapter in welcoming five speakers from the 2021 National Conference, representing a variety of fields including engineering and design, building facilities, and university sustainability programs.
Miss the live presentation? Watch the video playback now:
“Sustainability and the Challenges to the Vaccine Cold Chain” presented by Joe LaPorte, of PHC Corporation
Thursday, June 17th, 2021 4:30pm – 5:30pm CST
2021 New Member Event
Featuring Dawn Jacobs, FunderMAX “How Laboratory Design Trends in a Post COVID era Impact Laboratory Work Surface Choice”
2020 Virtual Education Day
The St. Louis Chapter, in collaboration with the I2SL Colorado and Heart of America Chapters, is hosting a virtual 2020 Education Day on Thursday, November 5th, 2020. If you were not able to attend the national conference or you want a focused set of presentations from experts in our region, this one-day event is perfect for you!
2020 National I2SL Annual Conference
Although the International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories (I2SL) was looking forward to bringing our Annual Conference and Technology Fair to Chicago in October, to ensure the safety and health of our attendees, we have decided to take the conference virtual. With all the same great features of our Annual Conference and Technology Fair, the conference will still take place October 5-7, 2020. The first day will be devoted to workshops and meetings. We’ll offer a thought-provoking plenary session and variety of technical topics, and you can participate from the safety and comfort of your home or office. You can even meet one-on-one with innovative Tech Fair vendors in our virtual Exhibit Hall. Conference registration coming soon at https://www.i2sl.org/conference/2020/index.html.
Reopening the Lab during Covid-19
A live panel discussion presented by I2SL St. Louis Chapter
Join the I2SL St. Louis Chapter this Wednesday June 24, 2020, at 2 p.m. CST, for the panel discussion, Navigating Lab Startup and Return to Work. As the country has been shut down for the better part of three months due to COVID-19-and as we start to reopen for researchers, educators, and students heading back to their labs and offices-laboratory environments require special considerations because of the ongoing research, special environmental controls, chemicals, and other hazards. Authorities such as the Centers for Disease Control and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration should be the primary resources on safely returning to work, as well as guidance from your facility Environmental Health and Safety officers. Our panelists include EH&S directors and staff from universities and corporations including laboratory architects, engineers, and planners.
I2SL High-Tech Talks Webinar Series: May 14, 2020
How Co-Localization of Shared Research Equipment Can Impact the Design and Engineering of Both New and Renovated Laboratory Buildings
Register online to attend the webinar on Thursday, May 14, at 12 p.m. Central. If you can’t participate in the live session, you can still register and receive a recording of the webinar afterward. More information on the Webinar series can be found here.