Sustainability is more than a buzz word to be incorporated in a company’s public vision. It is becoming part of many companies’ culture and re-engineering the way companies work.
For science-based companies, the effect of this is no larger than in the laboratory where products are developed. Sustainability targets for a laboratory include not just efficiency and reduced use of materials but also product reformulations to minimize environmental impact.
The pace of change requires rapid innovation which in turn requires laboratories to make maximum use of their skills and knowledge. This is where a connected digital lab can make a significant beneficial impact. Join this webinar to discover what a connected digital lab can look like and how it can help improve productivity, reduce raw material usage, and comply with quality, safety and regulatory requirements.
You should attend this webinar if you work for a science-based company where sustainability is part of the company mission, vision or culture.
Dr. Andy Mott,
Advisory Field Applications Scientist
Andy has worked for 25 years as a research chemist, a team and project leader in medical imaging and drug discovery. At the beginning of his career, everything was stored on paper and in people’s heads. He was instrumental in the early introduction of lab informatics and was one of the chief architects of the BIOVIA Electronic Lab Notebook. After leaving the lab he has helped thousands of scientists make the transition towards a digital lab.