Monday, October 26, 2009
Steve Yudicky, Dynalon Product manager will be exhibiting later this month at the 114th Annual STANYS Conference in Rochester, NY. Please visit the Dynalon booth to sample our line of economical education plastic labware.
The theme of this year’s Conference is “Making Connections.” Workshops and collegial networking opportunities will help teachers of science make connections with teachers from all levels of science teaching and all types of educational institutions, among the sciences and between science and math and technology, with corporations and non-profit institutions involved with science education, and with representatives of organizations like the New York State Education Department, the National Science Teachers Association, and other professional teacher associations within and from outside of New York State.
Our featured and invited speakers this year are exceptional people from the world of science. They include Dr. Spencer Wells, a renowned geneticist and anthropologist, and an Explorer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Society. Dr. Wells leads The Genographic Project, and has produced several fascinating and educational National Geographic program videos. Jerome Ringo in 2005 became the Chairperson of the Board of the National Wildlife Federation as well as the first African American to lead a major conservation organization. He is currently President of the Apollo Alliance, a coalition of labor, environmental, business, and civil rights leaders organized to free the United States of dependence on foreign oil. Invited speakers for the 2009 Conference include University at Albany Geologist Dr. John Delano, Princeton University Associate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Dr. Laura Landweber and University of Rochester Astronomer Dr. Adam Frank.
Monday, October 19, 2009
Changing the Climate of Science Education
Learn how you can help "change the climate of science education." Join your colleagues in the "City of Lakes" for the first of NSTA's 2009 fall conferences.
The conference headquarters hotel is the Hilton Minneapolis. Conference registration and sessions will be at the Minneapolis Convention Center, as will the exhibits and the NSTA Science Store. Additional events will be held at the Hilton Minneapolis.
The conference will begin with concurrent sessions on Thursday, October 29, at 8:00 AM, and end on Saturday, October 31, at 12 Noon.
Monday, October 12, 2009
Dynalab Corp is a 50 plus year old company in the plastic laboratory supply business with on site plastic fabrication capabilities that sells throughout North America. The business model includes value added packaging, product and fabrication services while supplying the Research, Industrial, Environmental and Educational markets affiliated with Life Science and Chemistry. This exciting development will preserve 35 Rochester area jobs!
A paramount focus of the company moving forward is to maintain a high level of service to all customers and suppliers while asking for their continued support. Please feel free to direct any questions to the attention of Martin or Kathy.