The Reagent Project

The Reagent Project

Science provides health. Science provides industry. Science provides local solutions to local problems. In short, science provides opportunity.

However, 21st century scientific research requires hi-tech lab equipment and reagents—items that come with a hefty price tag. And the inability to pay that price blocks many of the world’s hungriest, brightest, most innovative minds from pursuing scientific inquiry, whether they are minds working in under-resourced universities in the U.S. or in low- and middle-income countries around the world. Meanwhile, at well-funded labs, unused equipment and reagents accumulate in freezers and storage rooms until they expire or become too old to use and are eventually thrown away.

Science provides health. Science provides industry. Science provides local solutions to local problems. In short, science provides opportunity.

However, 21st century scientific research requires hi-tech lab equipment and reagents—items that come with a hefty price tag. And the inability to pay that price blocks many of the world’s hungriest, brightest, most innovative minds from pursuing scientific inquiry, whether they are minds working in under-resourced universities in the U.S. or in low- and middle-income countries around the world. Meanwhile, at well-funded labs, unused equipment and reagents accumulate in freezers and storage rooms until they expire or become too old to use and are eventually thrown away.

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About The Reagent Project

Science provides health. Science provides industry. Science provides local solutions to local problems. In short, science provides opportunity.

However, 21st century scientific research requires hi-tech lab equipment and reagents—items that come with a hefty price tag. And the inability to pay that price blocks many of the world’s hungriest, brightest, most innovative minds from pursuing scientific inquiry, whether they are minds working in under-resourced universities in the U.S. or in low- and middle-income countries around the world. Meanwhile, at well-funded labs, unused equipment and reagents accumulate in freezers and storage rooms until they expire or become too old to use and are eventually thrown away.

Science provides health. Science provides industry. Science provides local solutions to local problems. In short, science provides opportunity.

However, 21st century scientific research requires hi-tech lab equipment and reagents—items that come with a hefty price tag. And the inability to pay that price blocks many of the world’s hungriest, brightest, most innovative minds from pursuing scientific inquiry, whether they are minds working in under-resourced universities in the U.S. or in low- and middle-income countries around the world. Meanwhile, at well-funded labs, unused equipment and reagents accumulate in freezers and storage rooms until they expire or become too old to use and are eventually thrown away.

The Reagent Project Mission

The Reagent Project mission focuses on leveling the playing field for scientists with bright ideas, but limited funds. By redistributing donated laboratory materials to scientists around the world, they are ensuring that innovation can spark everywhere… because we all benefit when more scientists participate in research.

The Reagent Project

Address:

The Reagent Project
41 Wyckoff Street
3rd floor
Brooklyn
New York 11201
United States

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The Reagent Project will be included in the next donation batch from January to April (Q1 2020). If you would like to make a direct bitcoin donation to The Reagent Project please visit:  https://www.thereagentproject.org/ddonate

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The Reagent Project operates in:

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South Africa
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Tanzania
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