Participate at the Future Laboratory Informatics Conference, formerly known as Smart Labs. This event is focused solely on optimising industry process and networks.
What can you expect at this year's conference?
- With sessions on systems integrity, breaking down data silos and dealing with legacy systems integration, your hands-on, daily challenges will be addressed to provide a cross section of industry advice and solutions
- Hear from Unilever on what the ‘Lab of the Future’ and the ‘Digital Revolution’ really mean for your company and how you can prepare
- Engage in discussions centered around the ongoing data integrity challenges and hear how Takeda built an informatics system to address the needs of both quality and R&D, whilst retaining systems compliance
- Plus much more.
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