Your Lab in Motion.
The globally positioned Eppendorf Group, a life science specialist, is picking up speed when it comes to climate protection. The company is reducing its CO2 emissions and will be climate-neutral by 2028 – much earlier than specified by the EU. To enable this, Eppendorf has developed a company-wide climate strategy with numerous measures for reducing its CO2 emissions.
For the 27th time, the Hamburg-based life sciences company Eppendorf SE is awarding its prestigious research prize this year. The independent jury chaired by Prof. Reinhard Jahn selected Dr. Thi Hoang Duong Nguyen, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK as the winner of the Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators 2022.
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Diversity and inclusion are important – everyone agrees. However, actively living these concepts in one’s own surroundings, and within an organization, requires a cultural transformation.
Safe and distinct sample ID is key for successful results in the lab. The Eppendorf SafeCode system enables a safe sample vessel tracking at all stages of the lab workflow: from the bench to the longterm storage in the ULT freezer.
During fiscal year 2021, the globally positioned Eppendorf Group saw its consolidated revenue climb to €1.1 billion (prior year: €967.2 million), amounting to an increase of 13.8% (prior year: 20.3%). Operating profit also rose significantly in 2021, reaching €272 million (prior year: €217.7 million) with an EBIT margin of 24.7% (prior year: 22.5%).
The globally active Eppendorf Group is building a new plant for high-quality laboratory consumables made of functional high-tech polymers.
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