March Madness Recap

With snow banks quickly disappearing and giving way to the lawns underneath, spring is finally in the air in New England!  The March weather was quite fierce with three severe snowstorms in a two-week period.

Interphex 2018 NY, NY

Elemental Machines is looking forward to showcasing our next generation lab solutions at Interphex 2018 at the Javits Center in New York, NY on April 15-17, 2018.   Stop by Booth 4055 to learn more about our solutionsfalse

Some Samples are Irreplaceable

In a one-week period, two fertility clinics in the US reported issues with cryogenic storage conditions for frozen eggs and embryos. As a result, the viability of thousands of egg and embryo samples is now in question.false

From Lab Monitoring to Science | Real-World Smart Lab Applications

There’s lots of discussion about lab monitoring, the Smart Lab and the next generation of technologies, including promised benefits for both lab operations staff and scientists. The top-of-mind question for many is howfalse

SynBioBeta 2017 | Glimmers of Hope

SynBioBeta is an annual conference -- now in its sixth year -- that brings together experts and innovators in synthetic biology, ranging from academia to entrepreneurs to industry. In addition to being a great place tofalse

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly | Lab Monitoring Survey Results

People love surveys, and we’re no exception. After all, data from a pool of respondents on an interesting topic lets you pattern match to see if your profile matches your cohort. So, being the curious types that we are,false

A Perfect Match | Planned Maintenance Optimization & Smart Lab Data

When it comes to lab equipment maintenance strategies, there are two prevalent options. The first is the tried-and-true preventative maintenance, and the other (often preferred) is planned maintenance optimizationfalse

What do the IoT and R&D Labs Have in Common? Not Much. Yet.

The IoT — Internet of Things — is an omnipresent part of our lives, supporting everyday tasks across home, work, fitness and more. Distributed sensors, wireless networking and cloud computing enable us to controlfalse

Simple Alerting or On-Ramp to the Smart Lab? There’s a Big Difference.

We speak with many customers about their lab-monitoring strategies and goals. Every day. And it’s becoming very clear that the concept of the Smart Lab is taking hold. There are, however, two distinct camps.

Checklist: Smart Lab Solutions

We work with a variety of teams and see Smart Lab projects that run the gamut from simple equipment monitoring to sophisticated analysis of multiple data streams. Equipment and lab monitoring gives teams visibility intofalse

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