Imagining the Digital Research Lab of the Future

Life sciences

Imagining the Digital Research Lab of the Future

The Digital Transformation of Life Science Laboratories

May 31, 2019

Your life sciences laboratory may have swapped paper notebooks for electronic ones, but that doesn’t make it a digital lab. What does? In this perspicacious blog post, Christopher Wallace, EPAM VP and Chief Scientist, sketches out the answer—and then provides a compelling image of what’s coming next. What exactly does Wallace forecast? “[I]n my vision of the lab of the future, data collection enabled by plug-and-play devices within the Internet of Lab Things (IoLT), clouds, and real-time analytics drive semi-autonomous laboratory processes—and yes, there will probably be amazingly dexterous robot hands involved, too.”

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