The Orchestrated Lab webinar series, run in partnership with Thermo Fisher Scientific, will examine a variety of different laboratory-focused themes to provide you with a holistic perspective on the ever-changing modern lab
As scientific organizations continue the transformative journey to a fully digital laboratory, many are asking themselves how they can successfully become a “lab of the future.” How can processes be streamlined, automation be leveraged, data silos be eliminated, and ecosystems be connected? These questions – and many more – are at the forefront of the industry’s digital transformation discussion. With technological advancements and constantly evolving digital capabilities, this is an industry discussion that must continue.
The Orchestrated Lab webinar series will examine a variety of different laboratory-focused themes to provide you with a holistic perspective on the ever-changing modern lab.
These 10 webinars will take you on a deep dive into topics such as: automation, cloud capabilities, connected laboratory workflows and infrastructure, artificial intelligence, leveraging data, and more. Thought-provoking discussions will showcase how you can leverage Thermo Fisher Scientific technology to accelerate laboratory productivity, unlock innovation, and drive scientific advancements.
Register for the opening webinars in The Orchestrated Lab webinar series:
Tuesday, April 20, at 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST / 11:00 EDT / 08:00 PDT
The automation of processes, workflows, and data allows laboratories to reduce downtime, increase stability, and optimize efficiency. Automation provides the time and space for laboratories to focus on innovations and improvements, which is crucial to their success. Automated science – through digital solutions, lab automation, and artificial intelligence - is critical to accelerating laboratory productivity and unlocking innovation. This webinar will discuss how technology-driven strategies can promote success and how automated science is a key driving factor.
Wednesday, May 19, at 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST / 11:00 EDT / 08:00 PDT
For existing laboratories looking to modernize their infrastructure, the benefits are seen through lowered IT costs and unmatched scalability. Having data easily accessible, but more securely protected, allows for an increase of collaboration and productivity across teams and locations. The benefits of a cloud-first approach can ultimately support laboratories by providing them with enhanced security, scalability, access, and performance.
Thursday, June 10, at 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST / 11:00 EDT / 08:00 PDT
Join Dr. David Hardy, Manager of Data Analytics and Visualization, Digital Science at Thermo Fisher Scientific, as he reveals the benefits of data analytics and visualization tools and explains how laboratories can effectively use these to optimize their data to drive efficiency and innovation.
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