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Upon the upcoming book release: Digital Transformation of the Laboratory: A Practical Guide to the Connected Lab, Wiley, the renowned industry experts and book authors will address the R&D lab’s strategic directions in the years to come.
During the 60min webinar, expert panel from Curlew Research, Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) and SciNote LLC will provide practical insight on the evolution of lab environment, main drivers of change, importance of FAIR and the factors that will define success of research labs working in.
The panel will answer the burning questions on new data management developments, leveraging the value of data, and how the lab can play a key role in preparing for data to be made FAIR, thereby enabling its maximum reuse.
Main evaluating factors behind the lab digitalization answer important questions: Are we improving the quality, efficiency and the pace of innovation? Are we tracking, analyzing and leveraging the value of data we are collecting? Lab environment is changing and SME sector is expected to be the biggest contributor to future innovation.
When? June 29th. Register here (recording will be made available to all registrants)
Webinar agenda (60min, online):
Part 1: Evolution of lab environment
Lab environment is changing and SME biotech sector is expected to be the biggest contributor to life sciences innovation. In this section the panel will adress the 5 main drivers of change and the factors that will define success of industry research labs in the years to come.
Part 2: New data management developments
Leveraging the value of data in the hypothesis driven, research lab, and data in the protocol driven lab.
Part 3: Importance of FAIR
The lab can play a key role in preparing for data to be made FAIR, thereby enabling maximum reuse of the data.
Part 4: Q&A practical discussion and addressing the questions from the audience.
Hosted by SciNote LLC, expert panel at this webinar almost needs no introduction:
Nick Lynch, PhD, Founder and CEO of Curlew Research
Nick has over 20 years of experience in Data science & Informatics & was at AstraZeneca for 13 years leading teams in R&D Informatics, working especially on global data integration. Nick established Curlew Research in 2014 working with Pharma/biotech & Life Science informatics/data science companies.
Richard Shute, PhD, Consultant, Curlew Research
Richard Shute is an accomplished IS/IT strategic business relationship, account and portfolio manager, medicinal chemist, scientist and leader, with over 25 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry.
Keith Russell, Manager of Engagements, Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC)
Keith Russell is Engagements manager at the Australian Research Data Commons, engaging with research organizations and research infrastructure organizations around Australia to enable researchers to be able to reuse data more often. In this role he has worked on establishing projects and engagements with a range of organizations, working on policies and the human and technical infrastructure required to make research data more Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable.
Keith moved from Europe where he was coordinator of the Knowledge Exchange Initiative, combining the interests of five national European organizations focused on e-Infrastructure, research and libraries.
Matjaz Hren, PhD, founder and VP of product development, SciNote LLC
Matjaz Hren is a VP of product development at SciNote LLC, with PhD in diagnostic and gene expression technologies, and over 15 years of experience in development of solutions for automating processes in diagnostic and research labs. He is a co-founder, scientific adviser and key decision maker behind both BioSistemika LLC, a leading software development company and SciNote LLC.
Webinar host: Klemen Zupancic, CEO SciNote LLC
Klemen Zupancic, PhD Biomedicine, is the CEO of SciNote LLC. Klemen’s in-depth knowledge of laboratory processes and leading role in developing the cutting-edge software solutions, from data management to artificial intelligence, has been the drive behind his career in developing smart, integrated solutions in the field of laboratory automation. He has over 15 years of experience in the life science industry, and is also a cofounder of BioSistemika LLC, one of the top software development companies for life science laboratories.