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How prepared are we for the digital transformation in the lab?

Smart and networked solutions pave the way to the laboratory of the future

Dr. Christoph Jansen

Laboratory 4.0, the internet of things (IoT), big data, cloud computing or storage, blockchain, cybercrime, thingbots, predictive maintenance, artificial intelligence et al.: the thicket of buzzwords is getting denser almost by the day. They feature in just about every newspaper article about digitization and where IT is taking us.

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Analysis in picoliter volumes

Reducing time, costs and human resources: many basic as well as applied analytical and diagnostic challenges can be performed on lab-on-a-chip systems. They enable sample quantities to be (…)

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Dr. Marcus Menger

Marcus Menger, born in 1969, graduated with a diploma in chemistry from the Georg-Aug (…)

Denise Czepluch

Denise Czepluch, born in 1984, holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from the Free Uni (…)

Dr. Uwe S. Pracht

Uwe Pracht, born in 1987, received his BSc and MSc degrees in physics from the Univer (…)

Daniel W. Fuchs

Daniel Fuchs studied Services Marketing and Management (MAS SMM) at the University of (…)

Marianne Portmann

Marianne Portmann is Head Global Marketing and Business Development GWP at Mettler To (…)

Arne Dübecke

Jg. 1976, has been a researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology i (…)

 
 

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