As organizations across industries such as pharma, biotech, chemicals, cosmetics, and food & beverage seek to redefine the way research and labs operate, it is crucial that they are able to keep their finger on the pulse regarding new technologies, systems, and processes to increase the speed of innovation. In order to truly capitalize on the promise of tomorrow’s lab, organizations are tasked with managing, standardizing, and analyzing a complex volume of data to inform decision making, building greater connectivity throughout the lab through automation, as well as harnessing digital technologies to unlock new ways of working and unshackle the scientist from the bench.
We joined thought leaders in the space who are spearheading innovative laboratory strategies across the R&D/R&D IT, Manufacturing and QA/QC space for two days packed with idea-sharing and informal networking, arming attendees with the stimulus they need to drive forward innovation within their respective organizations. Our Chief Scientific Officer, Mike Tarselli, Ph.D., led a roundtable discussion on how thought leaders in the space are keeping up with data velocity and rapid scientific innovation. Check out the session abstract below!
Let's face it: Many scientific organizations have 21st-century research being held back by '90s (or older!) information systems. As innovation and discovery continues to accelerate at an exponential rate, roadblocks like inconvertible formats, obsolete and diverse instrumentation, on-prem legacy systems and hundreds of different file extensions still haunt simple queries like "Show me all data we have attached to [Sample X]." At TetraScience, we know there's a better way; we ask: “How do you keep up with data velocity and rapid scientific innovation?”
This session will be a lively Q&A / roundtable on the following topics: