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How Working From Home is Like a Glass of Water

   

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How stay at home orders impact on-site work

As more and more states enact stay at home requirements to combat the spread of the Covid-19 virus, are people actually responding to these mandates? Initial studies have started to come out, but we wanted to see iffalse

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The Lab of the (near) future

Imperial College of London has published the results of an epidemiological model showing what our future might look like as we try to contain and fight the Covid-19 outbreak. This model has been used to informfalse

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Let us help your lab weather the coronavirus

Is the Coronavirus threatening your lab operations? Are you worried that it will? With so many businesses, laboratories, universities and events shutting down or limiting on-site access, having a plan in place tofalse

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Choosing the right connected lab platform

What should you look for in a connected lab platform to monitor and protect your valuable assets? A lot of people think all laboratory alerting and monitoring systems are created equal, but they're not. We find thatfalse

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Accelerating laboratory automation with IoT

An interview with Sridhar Iyengar, describing how cloud connected IoT sensors accelerate laboratory science.

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Is your lab prepared for a power outage?

  Ensuring your valuable assets, such as food, reagents, enzymes, RNA, DNA, embryos and proteins are properly protected in cold storage is difficult enough under normal circumstances. What if you had to contend withfalse

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Improving Reproducibility by Catching Open Door Events

Experimental irreproducibility costs life sciences companies $28.2 billion in R&D annual expenditure. This is manifested in the form of extra time to redo studies and wasted materials such as rare samples and/or costlyfalse

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Utilization Data Optimizes Lab Operations

All enterprises are under constant pressure to reduce costs, including life science operations. Operations Directors are constantly searching for ways to increase equipment utilization and decrease costs. They also needfalse

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