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Laboratory Trends for 2022

LAST YEAR’S LESSONS

There’s no doubt about it. AI (Artificial Intelligence) has been the buzzword for 2021 and looks to be an even bigger focus in 2022. But there are also several other trends that will also impact industries and their laboratories across the board through the coming year, and we’ll examine each one and what they mean for laboratories. The underlying theme, however, remains firmly embedded in informatics, the data technology that enables laboratories to manage the increasingly complex nature of the science they perform.

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Laboratory Trends for 2022

LAST YEAR’S LESSONS

There’s no doubt about it. AI (Artificial Intelligence) has been the buzzword for 2021 and looks to be an even bigger focus in 2022. But there are also several other trends that will also impact industries and their laboratories across the board through the coming year, and...

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Data Capture at the Bench: How to Ensure Rich and Standardized Documentation?

In this era of data-driven decisions, harnessing predictive machine learning models is the ultimate goal of most organizations. ​To build such models, high-quality data and metadata must be captured at the point of experimentation. The challenge is to enable seamless data capture for scientists...

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Pedro Guzman, Scientist, physicist and neuroscientist at Charité, Berlin

Pedro is a physicist and neuroscientist currently finishing his Masters at the Charité University Hospital in Berlin. We sat down with Pedro to learn about how LabTwin could help him integrate synthetic biology, artificial intelligence and nanotechnology in his research on cell signaling...

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Maryna Korshevniuk, Scientist, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine

Maryna is a scientists at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine where she performs research on single-cell transcriptomics analysis and human brain organoids. We sat down with Maryna to hear how LabTwin helps her focus on innovative biomedical experiments and cutting-edge data science.

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Agata Mikołajczyk, Researcher, Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences

Agata Mikołajczyk is a doctor in veterinary medicine working as a researcher at the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences. We sat with Agata to learn how LabTwin supports her research on understanding bacterial pathogenicity in...

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LabTwin Helps Power Covestro’s Digital Innovation Program

Covestro, a leading polymer materials company, and LabTwin have joined forces to tackle documentation and reproducibility challenges within materials science laboratories. Covestro chose LabTwin’s voice-activated digital lab assistant to add to their strategic digitalization program.

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LabTwin Achieves ISO 27001 & 27017 Certification

As creator of the world’s first voice-powered smart assistant for scientists, we achieved ISO/IEC 27001:2017 and ISO/IEC 27017:2015 certification. This certification recognizes LabTwin’s compliance with international gold standards for information security.

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LabTwin Joins Startup Creasphere, Europe’s Largest Open Innovation Platform

LabTwin joins Startup Creasphere, Europe’s largest open innovation platform. We're looking forward to collaborating with 10 other innovative startups and corporate partners: Roche Diagnostics, Sanofi, Lonza, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Microsoft, and Accenture.

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Envisioning the Lab of the Future: How AI Can Support Scientists

My PhD research focused on identifying the impact of industrial chemicals on the developing embryo. Given the toxic nature of these chemicals, all lab work was carried out under strict GxP conditions, including the use of PPE and sterile technique. This led to an inevitable bottleneck –...

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Covid-19: Searching for a Cure

The novel coronavirus, Covid-19, has rapidly spread around the world, overwhelming healthcare systems, shutting down countries and causing widespread grocery shortages. Understandably, this has led to fear and misinformation about the Covid-19 virus and potential treatment options.

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