Seeding Labs has equipped teaching and research labs at 47 research institutions and universities in 27 countries in Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, and Asia. Last year, at just 6 of these universities, over 5,800 undergraduates used equipment provided by Seeding Labs in their science classes. At least 23 Ph.D. dissertations and 31 Masters theses have been completed in the last two years using the equipment provided through Instrumental Access. 55% of the Master’s students and 39% of the Ph.D. students were women. – In the last two years, at least 28 researchers have utilized the equipment to make new discoveries. They represent a wide range of topics important to local communities and with implications for the global community. These include reducing aflatoxin contamination in peanut production in Ghana; developing new drugs effective against toxoplasmosis in Cameroon; a metagenomic analysis of microbes in leachate at a major landfill in Kingston, Jamaica; and developing technologies for biogas production in Kenya.