Design of Experiments (DOE): Why it will transform your biological research
Date: January 25th 2022, 3PM GMT/ 10AM EST
Testing one factor at a time (OFAT) in isolation severely limits our understanding of the complex biology we’re working with. As biologists, we need to embrace DOE and other multifactorial methods to get clear and reliable insight from our experiments. Many are aware of DOE, but are put off by how complex it seems and aren’t sure if learning it is worth the effort.
Accesss this webinar to learn about the transformative power of DOE for biology, including:
What can Design of Experiments (DOE) do for you? Real-life applications of DOE in biology
Date: February 22nd 2022, 3PM GMT/ 10AM EST
Often when first being introduced to DOE, it’s easy to get bogged down with how to do it instead of focusing on what DOE can do for you.
DOE can be applied to anything, and in this webinar, we will show you a variety of real world biological examples where using a DOE approach has provided dramatic improvements to results and robustness, as well as time and resource savings.
Access this webinar to learn how to apply DOE in areas including: