Seeding Labs is a US-based non-governmental organization dedicated to helping scientists make discoveries that improve life and the planet.
The Instrumental Access program removes a key barrier to research and science teaching by making laboratory equipment available to universities in low- and middle-income countries. Through Instrumental Access, participants select items to meet their needs from Seeding Labs’ inventory of new and used equipment, glassware, and consumables (see types of equipment that may be available here).
An academic department (or equivalent sub-unit) at a degree-granting institution of higher education OR a university-affiliated or public research institute that is actively engaged in research training as well as research.
Located in a low- or middle-income country (LMIC) as defined by the World Bank.