Virtual Biology, Bytes & Beers 2021

Connected Lab, Connected Data

Recorded on February 4, 2021

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About the event

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On February 4, 2021, Synthace hosted its third annual Biology, Bytes & Beers event: Connected Lab, Connected Data.

The event brought together experts from across the globe to discuss strategies in lowering barriers to automation to transform the way biological R&D is done.

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Speakers

Maureen

Maureen Beresini

Senior Scientist, Technology
Genentech
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Mike

Mike Berke

Director - Research and Automation Technologies
Amgen

Anne

Anne Hammerstein

Product Manager
SPT Labtech
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Ben

Benjamin Strutton

Senior Research Scientist - Automation and Bioprocess
Syngenta

Vbbb Amoolya

Amoolya Singh

Head of Discovery Technologies (CTO)
Calico Life Sciences

Ross

Ross Kent

Automation Scientist
Syngenta

Simon

Simon Fogarty

Head of Application Enablement
Tecan

Fabrizio

Fabrizio Ticchiarelli

Field Application Scientist
Synthace

Vbbb Bob

Bob Gantzer

Director, Lab Automation
Beam Therapeutics
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Luke

Luke Cach

Head of Scientific Solutions
Synthace

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Panel discussion: "Lowering the barriers to data-driven automation: the power of a team and the right tools"
Data insights talk: "Integration of automation and informatics enables efficient experimentation: DOE in assay development"
Panel discussion: "What does ROI look like when embracing automation and investing in a digital strategy?"
Data insights talk: "Automated data handing for high-throughput screening and optimization of protein production"

Trusted by

We’re starting to deal with very big datasets, and some vendor software can be cumbersome and slow. Antha alleviates this problem by integrating offline data in a very user-friendly, comprehensive, and dynamic way. Andre Raposo ‎Group Lead - Computer-Aided Biology (CAB) Group at Oxford Biomedica
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