New for C+SM13 – this year, we are honing in on the specific challenges that both big and small pharma research laboratories and libraries face, in order to present best-in-class strategies that will enable you and your team to work smarter, scale faster, and create greater value for your organization.
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[Interactive] Automation Fundamentals Guide for Compound Management | 13th Compound and Sample Management Summit
Empower your technicians by freeing up their valuable time. Decrease their need to perform laborious, time-consuming tasks by implementing automation into your laboratory operations. Allow your technicians to focus their expertise on advancements in drug discovery. That is the end goal of automation... getting there is another story. We highly recommend you scan this fundamentals review, so you are on the same page as your peers going into the summit.
Your scientists have their hands full with projects that require a high level of expertise – is it necessary to have them performing rote tasks like filling tubes? Turns out, not anymore… automation is sweeping the industry, and should rightly be piquing your interest. We’ve put together an advice package to start your exploration of this opportunity in advance of the Summit.
Compound and BioSample Management Market Trend Report 2017 | 13th Compound and Sample Management Summit
Exclusive Q&A: Ryan M. Winters, Manager - Biosample Repository Facility, Fox Chase Cancer Center | 13th Compound and Sample Management Summit
How to Fast-track Drug Development Productivity: The Role of Innovation in Life Sciences | 13th Compound and Sample Management Summit
Compound and Biosample Management IT issues, Troubleshooting Guide | 13th Compound and Sample Management Summit
The global lab automation market is projected to reach $5.052 million by 2020, with compound management standing as a segment of this market. Lab automation is seen as a key way to return both time and money to compound management departments. Therefore, having sufficient automation technologies to handle and preserve the quality of samples and provide timely access to samples are at the heart of compound management.