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Spread Your Start Up Dollars Further By Financing Large Lab Equipment Purchases at Stellar Scientific

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Speak with enough scientists and you will hear the recurring theme of not enough money to fund all of their ambitious projects and experiments. 

Its a challenging reality that impacts both new lab start ups and established laboratories alike.

This situation forces laboratories to make tough decisions when debating over several costly items on their "must have" list, and the conclusions often create challenges of their own. 

"Can we get the data we need in time if we borrow another lab's real time PCR machine and put our money towards expensive reagents?"

"We desperately need to upgrade all our water baths to help resolve a potential contamination issue, but we just can't spend several thousand dollars at once to do that." 

And so on. 

Our mission at Stellar Scientific is to simplify your world and make it easy for our laboratory partners to stay focused on their important research. 

We've built a world-class company that is focused on delivering a customer service experience that is second to none. 

To take our service to the next level, we've partnered with Taycor Financial, a five-star rated financial company. 

Together with Taycor, Stellar Scientific is now able to offer our partners the ability to apply for equipment leasing terms to better manage their cash flow and accelerate their science. 

Instead of spending $10,000 on a new high-speed centrifuge or CO2 incubator, spread those payments out over 24 months and put more money to work right now!

To learn more about the program and obtain an application for credit visit the special Finance My Purchase page. 

Making science simple again! 

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