Do you find the task of executing DOE experiments daunting? Would you like to automate the execution of DOE designs for Formulation and Process Chemistry experiments?
During this webinar, we will review the characteristics and benefits of the DOE import feature of Freeslate’s Library Studio. Its capabilities will be highlighted by walking through the import and execution of a representative DOE design. We will further discuss how all the data captured in LEA may be imported back into your design package to quickly inform the next set of experiments, allowing you to automate your experimental planning and execution. 100s of data points may quickly be turned into 1000s, as has already been demonstrated by many Freeslate customers!
February 7-11, 2015 — Washington DC
Approximately 5,000 scientists, academicians, technology providers and business leaders are expected to attend SLAS2015. The conference will include an expansive educational program focused on laboratory science and technology. The SLAS2015 Exhibition will host more than 300 leading companies from around the world, showcasing the latest in laboratory technologies.
Stop by Freeslate booth at SLAS - Booth #1355.
The Global Drug Delivery and Formulation Summit is an invaluable network of drug delivery and formulation specialists and leaders. Discover how the most exciting new technologies could enhance the bioavailability and solubility of your drugs. Hear how the latest innovations in automation, nanotechnology, and HME can boost the efficiency of your drug delivery.
Please stop by Freeslate’s booth at the conference. We will also be hosting a technical workshop on Monday, February 9, 1:40pm at Stage 2.
Automated High Throughput Approaches for Developability and Formulation Development of Biopharmaceuticals
Russell Burge, Ph.D.
Freeslate Forum 2015
April 28-30, 2015 — San Francisco, CA, USA
In order to keep up with the increasing expectations placed on R&D organizations today, scientists must constantly find the most efficient use of their resources. With advances in high throughput research and data management tools, leading scientists can take intelligent steps towards optimizing their approach to R&D, with a goal of accelerating breakthrough innovations. However, to take leaps in the efficiency of R&D programs, scientists must learn from and leverage the expertise of each other. Having open dialogues on the common issues facing R&D organizations is a critical step towards accelerating the productivity of R&D organizations.
Our Forum allows a community of like-minded R&D leaders to discuss the challenges and opportunities of high throughput research and bring back knowledge about best practices into their organization.