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Ming Gao, Ph.D. on Enabling COVID-19 Research and Empowering Women in STEM

By April 1, 2021
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An interview with Ming Gao, Ph.D., Upward BioInformatics Ideation Post-Doctoral Fellow at Waters Corporation Ming Gao joined Waters Corporation in January 2021 as an Upward BioInformatics Ideation Post-Doctoral Fellow. Ming earned a B.S. in Chemistry… Read more >

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The Legacy of Kory Morrow: Expanding STEM Opportunities for Students of Color

By February 15, 2021
Philanthropy STEM

Shortly after Waters Principal Systems Specialist Kory Morrow shared his vision to bring Waters systems and STEM mentorship to U.S. HBCU labs, he unexpectedly passed away. The team has continued on in Kory’s memory, enabling exposure, experiences, and opportunities for the next generation of STEM professionals, especially those of color.

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Our Commitment to Closing the STEM Gender Gap

By February 11, 2021
RBTV STEM Journey for Girls

February 11, 2021, is recognized as International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The theme for the sixth annual worldwide event, Beyond the Borders: Equality in Science for Society, is a philanthropic focus for… Read more >

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Make-at-Home Chromatography Flowers for Mother’s Day

By May 10, 2020

Happy Mother’s Day from all of us at Waters! Help the kids in your life create a chromatography floral bouquet for a heartfelt, homemade Mother’s Day gift that is sure to be cherished for years to come.

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Waters Introduces STEM Live: The Science of What’s Possible for Kids

By April 6, 2020

In an earlier blog, we discussed how the skills that students develop in science, technology, engineering and math—disciplines collectively known as STEM, are more important than ever. At Waters, we are actively engaging in global,… Read more >

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