The privately funded laboratory is owned and run by interdisciplinary pioneer and author, Hanna P. Krajewska who has developed an intricate program interconnecting scientific disciplines. Following an injury at her former job at a stock brokerage firm that ended a career as a financial advisor, she was left vision impaired and fighting partial paralysis. Refusing defeat, she took her financial acumen to the test by starting a new business in 2005. "The doctor told me to just sit and stare at an object close-up to repair my vision. So, for the past 6 years, I have been doing exactly that", says Ms. Krajewska with a smile. The resulting discoveries and computer dated tests, performed at the lab from 2005 to 2011, are expected to change the way we think about what matters.
A Serious Contender to Big Science with a Small Starting Capital
Since K-Lab started operations, the lab has seen an increased race for science control connected to million dollar grants. "Bureaucratic red tape is prohibitive in terms of studying the full spectrum of untested ideas in science and undermines our ability to produce maximum results within a minimum time frame, where time really is of the essence because of intellectual cyber stalking. In this sense, an independent scientist can be outsourced just waiting for a grant to be approved. But we've taken precautions and have done so much more with private funding at a fraction of the time and cost normally assigned conventional science institutions"
The spirit of small business entrepreneurship, the backbone of American ingenuity which has made America the great economic superpower, is well and alive at K-Lab. "I'm happy to contribute to the next generation of science with my discoveries. If my ideas and bold perspectives are propagated in the class rooms, I have already done half my job", says Krajewska.
The lights will be on again at the laboratory tonight, as the K-Lab team continues its work on new discoveries and innovations for the common good.