Participate at the Laboratory Informatics Forum and learn how to build the technology and industry capability to achieve the ‘Lab of the Future’.
Unilever, Novartis, Adaptimmune, GSK, Leo Pharma and Pfizer have already confirmed their participation.
We conducted an exclusive survey of R&D professionals in order to build a greater understanding of what is driving forward the market for SmartLab solutions, where the industry is investing and the key challenges being faced in integrating this new software into existing systems.
Ahead of PharmaIQ’s Future Laboratory Informatics Forum, we spoke to Nick Ravenscroft, Senior Business Systems Analyst from Adaptimmune about system usability and the gaps in usability that the Smart Lab industry is currently facing.
Nick also talks us through his successful gamification of laboratory workbooks, and how he’s made training laboratory software into a user-friendly experience that is saving laboratories time and money.
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Big data, paperless processes, automation and integrated management solutions are creating smarter research environments. This is allowing scientists to optimise their data collection and analysis and improve productivity across their workflows.
However, a number of labs are still stuck with outdated and ineffective manual processes or disconnected systems.
In this report, we outline:
With exclusive insights from Pfizer, Novartis, the Pistoia Alliance, IDBS, ThermoFisher Scientific and Dassault Systemes, this report shows the steps you need to take to transition to the next level of lab productivity. Click on 'download' to view the full report.
We surveyed industry professionals from the pharma, biotech and agricultural sector, to understand what are the current and future trends as well as pain points and challenges being faced by these industries when it comes to laboratory informatics.
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This report examines the key trends in laboratory data knowledge management to find out more about the challenges and solutions shaping the future of the laboratory informatics landscape such as Big Data analytics in the laboratory, the evolution of laboratory informatics and achieving excellence in laboratory informatics.