Scientists and lab managers are bombarded with new products all claiming to save time and money, be more efficient or provide better results.
However, most of the time, life science products are designed and developed in isolation, behind closed doors, and researchers only hear about these products when they are finalized and ready to sell.
The key to creating a highly functioning, truly integrated laboratory is to put scientists at the lead of the product design process. This concept, called “user-centred design”, involves companies working with scientists from the very beginning of product design.
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