The world around us is constantly being changed and challenged by advancements in science. Think of how far we’ve come in just the past few years in regard to our access to technology, health care and knowledge. Scientific advancements make the world a more exciting place—they enable us to live a vibrant today, while giving us hope for an even brighter tomorrow.
Curiosity, in my view, is one of the driving forces behind everything we do—and everything we are capable of doing. Through curiosity in science, I believe we are given a unique way to help make a difference. Or, as we like to say at MilliporeSigma, science enables us to help solve the world’s toughest problems.
Many companies have sustainability targets and goals that center around in-house projects like energy and greenhouse gas reduction, water reduction and waste reduction. These targets are important, but they beg the question: Is there more that can be done to maximize a company’s total potential impact on the environment?
Mobile Science Education Lab will reach 350,000 students across America
SAN FRANCISCO, January 12, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Recognizing that tomorrow’s discoveries depend on the next generation of scientists—and that breakthroughs begin with curiosity—MilliporeSigma has kicked off a year-long “Curiosity Cube™” tour.
As the life science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, which operates as MilliporeSigma in the United States and Canada completed the transformational acquisition of Sigma-Aldrich in November 2015 we challenged our newly formed organization to think about how they could #SparkCuriosity in their communities and in the next generation of young scientific minds. That challenge lead our organization to take action and engage their communities to figure out how they could be a SPARK. See how we
SPARK aims to inspire students to explore careers in life science and related fields
Billerica, Mass., March 7, 2016 /3BL Media/ – The life science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, which operates as MilliporeSigma in the U.S. and Canada, today announced the launch of SPARK, a global skills-based volunteer program that provides community service opportunities for its network of 19,000 employees, with a focus on science and education.