SLAS and One Nucleus Webinar Series: Turn Your Lab Automation Plans Into Action – Part 2

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Creating Effective Workflows, Teams and Tools
With the advent of smarter technology, there has been marked increase in the use of automation in production and warehouse facilities, e.g. such as the automotive industry and distribution centers around the world.  The life science industry is also experiencing an upsurge in the use and deployment of automation in labs.

With this increased use of lab automation, individuals now have more options to choose from when considering a pathway towards automation.  One option is to specify and deploy an automated solution in your lab.  Another option is to utilise digital labs to help you and in addition to this remotely monitor lab operations via a digital assistant. 

In this webinar we will introduce individuals and companies at the forefront of lab automation and the digital lab.  We will focus on the technologies that you need to consider when undertaking one of the pathways towards an automated solution, from a robotic system in house, to outsourcing to a digital lab and also technology that allows you to monitor your lab environment.


16.00 - Welcome from hosts
Alicia Gailliez, One Nucleus
Brian O'Sullivan, HighRes Biosolutions

16.05 Automating bench-based science: How to maximize a successful transition
Olga Seltser, Intellia Therapeutics

16.20 Automated Cloud Labs Drive Scalability and Reproducibility of Drug Discovery and Synthetic Biology Workflows
Daniel Sipes, Strateos

16.35 Artificial's aLab Suite: Orchestration for YOUR lab and team from bench to production
David Fuller, Artificial

16.50 Q&A

17.00 Close

This webinar is free and open to all, but please do register to secure your place. 


November 18th, 2020 from  4:00 PM to  5:00 PM
Belgium Embassy, 17, Grosvenor Crescent
London, SW1X 7EE
United Kingdom
Phone: 01223 896450
Phone: 01223 896456