Digitalize your process development, centralize your data and produce publication-ready insights within our Live Sciences R&D Cloud
94% reduction in resource demand from raw data to insight
83% decrease in time spent uploading data from disparate sources
Minimize manual data integrity checks with complete data traceability
Realtime data sharing in the cloud using a single platform to improve collaboration
Many process development scientists face the challenge of unifying experimental data from disparate instruments into a single dataset that can easily be analyzed and visualized - an arduous process that can take many days of data processing and alignment.
The complexity of this challenge means that at any stage of experimentation, errors can be discovered even after decisions have been made leading to revaluation and reanalysis that could have been avoided – critical time that process development scientists don’t have.
Within the Synthace Life Sciences R&D Cloud, our bioprocessing module gives scientists unparalleled access to data from multiple sources and allows you to extrapolate contextually sound, and tailor made data visualizations rapidly.
In minutes, not days for rapid, near-live insight and reporting of offline analytics data overlaid onto online bioreactor data
To digitalize and connect all of process development
From bioreactors and analytics that you can slice across multiple dimensions
That is designed to digitalize and execute experiments across life sciences R&D
Across all offline analytics and downstream experiments (such as purification, ELISA and qPCR)
Into a single platform for your entire team to share and iterate on
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