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Annual Conference

Hotel and Attendee List Phishing Alert!

Don't be fooled by emails or phone calls from people claiming to be from official housing companies for the 2019 I2SL Conference or lead generators trying to sell you I2SL attendee lists. We are not working with anyone outside of the Hyatt Regency Denver, nor do we sell our attendee lists to third parties. We only share our attendee lists with exhibitors prior to the conference for onsite networking and marketing purposes, and please know that our websites and databases are secure.

All official 2019 I2SL Annual Conference correspondence will come from info@i2sl.org.

Any emails claiming conference hotel deals or attendee lists for sale should be ignored as any SPAM message you receive. Should you receive any emails of concern, please contact I2SL.

Recognition

I2SL Chapters

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Resources

    Best Practices Guide
  • The Best Practices Guide: Energy Efficiency Projects and Principal Investigators offers expert advice for cultivating cooperation and communication with key lab personnel throughout the retrofit process.
  • Operations and maintenance (O&M) training courses are available now at a discount to I2SL Members.
  • Check out this article from fivethirtyeight.com, featuring I2SL members, about the dilemmas faced by today's scientists and lab specialists when trying to help the planet while using resources in the process.
  • According to the latest addition to our E-Library, laboratory design has been shifting towards sustainability and spatial flexibility. Read the full article to find out more!
  • Harvard University got several of its laboratories to go green by giving green. Read the case study about how financial incentives helped reduce lab energy intensity.
  • Core facilities are the latest trend in consolidating campus research facilities and equipment to save resources and maximize researchers' abilities. Read more about how they work at Northwestern University or watch a video about core facilities.
  • The University of Virginia recently completed a Pilot Lab Program to study the true potential of holistic Green Labs programming that addresses both building and user aspects of research efficiency.