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Lab of the Future – Webinars and Online Events

Lab of the Future
Webinar

Ask Me Anything: Lab of The Future

The lab of the future will integrate the latest technologies to enable a more efficient, compliant and sustainable workplace for the next generation of researchers. From innovations such as automation and robotics to connectivity and the cloud, the lab of the future should integrate physical and virtual technology.
AMA
Webinar

Ask Me Anything: Microplastics

On-Demand
New for 2024, our expert speaker will engage with the audience in real-time, addressing questions on various aspects of microplastics science and research .
Advances in Battery Research 2024
Online Event

Advances in Battery Research 2024

On-Demand
Battery research has rapidly grown in both scale and importance over the past decade. Join our roster of expert speakers who will be covering the latest research into optimizing existing energy storage solutions, developing novel technologies and deploying them in the real-world to meet our present and future energy demands.
Sphere Fluidics webinar
Webinar

Accelerating Cell Line Development From Transfection to Manufacturing

On-Demand
Generating a highly expressing, regulatory compliant clonal cell line is key when developing a biopharmaceutical. Yet cell line development is labor-intensive, time consuming and costly.

The production of a high-quality and productive cell line requires both an expression system which yields high expressing clones and a workflow which allows selection of the highest producing clones.

In this webinar, you’ll discover how combining a single-cell analysis platform with a novel glutamine synthetase-Chinese hamster ovary (GS-CHO) expression system can yield highly productive, scalable, clonal cell lines for developing biopharmaceuticals.
Connected
Webinar

The Role of Smart Technology in Mitigating Human Error and Supporting Compliance in QA/QC

On-Demand
This webinar discusses the role of smart technology and how this can mitigate human error and support compliance effectively in QA/QC labs.
Agilent_Decemeber7th2023_The Impact of Reliable Automation in Translational Metabolomics_HostedbyTechnologyNetworks
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The Impact of Reliable Automation in Translational Metabolomics

On-Demand
In this webinar, you’ll hear how automated liquid handling for LC-MS/MS sample preparation contributed to the identification and quantification of over 30 metabolites that can predict adverse pregnancy outcomes, including pre-eclampsia.
Laboratory of the Future 2024
Online Event

Laboratory of the Future 2024

On-Demand
Advances in automation, digitization and data modeling are changing how labs are built and run from the ground up. Hear about the technologies helping to drive digital transformation and laboratory efficiencies.
Miltenyi_November7th2023_Understanding the Role of Immune Cells in the Tumor Microenvironment_Hosted by Technology Networks
Webinar

Understanding the Role of Immune Cells in the Tumor Microenvironment

On-Demand
Using the example of tumor-associated macrophages (TAMs), this webinar takes a closer look at immune cells in the tumor microenvironment (TME), helping us to gain a better understanding of how specific subtypes and their reprogramming may influence therapy efficiency.
10x genomics
Webinar

Single-Cell Spatial Analysis Reveals Early Transcriptional Changes in Pancreatic Tumorigenesis

On-Demand
In this webinar, Dr. Luciane Kagohara from Johns Hopkins Medicine will discuss a novel artificial intelligence method integrating imaging, spatial transcriptomics and single-cell RNA-seq data that has been used to characterize the cell state transitions in pancreatic cancer progression.
ThermoFisher Scientific webinar hosted by Technology Networks, being held on October 11th, 2023
Webinar

Next-Generation Molecular Diagnostics: Leveraging Digital Technologies To Enhance Multiplexing in Real-Time PCR

On-Demand
Multiple solutions have been devised to increase multiplexing in qPCR, including single-well techniques, using target-specific fluorescent oligonucleotide probes, and spatial multiplexing, where
segregation of the sample enables parallel amplification of multiple targets.

There is a need for innovations that will push forward the multiplexing field in qPCR, enabling for the next generation of diagnostic tools which could accommodate high throughput in an affordable manner. To this end, the use of machine learning algorithms has recently emerged to leverage information contained in amplification and melting curves– two of the most standard biosignals emitted during qPCR – for accurate classification of multiple nucleic acid targets in a single reaction.

Thermo Fisher Scientific are not affiliated with the webinar speaker. Any application of machine learning technologies with the Diomni™ software package, related assay definition files (ADFs) and related qPCR instruments are for research use only.
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