Now available for download
Sketch-notes made by Jenny Cham, live at the Lab of the Future Congress, provide wonderful infographic representation of the challenges and opportunities presented by the Lab of the Future. Taken from
keynote panels they represent the views of leading speakers and audience interaction on significant elements of the Lab of the Future.
– How to get to the Lab of the Future
– Technology of the Future
– Digitalising the Lab of the Future
– Building the Lab of the Future
– Scaling the Lab of the Future
Use these visual aids with your teams to stimulate discussion, inform strategy or benchmark
Download the full set, as a free printable pdf.
Digital transformation is commonly seen as a means for pharmaceutical companies to reduce innovation cycles and fundamentally reimagine the value chain. One key element that holds back many life sciences companies is their struggle to deal with the heterogeneous and ambiguous nature of their data.
In this report, Eliot Randle, Managing Partner & Co-Founder of Digital Lab Consulting considers data strategies to underpin digital transformation.
Digital technologies have the potential to transform businesses across all industry sectors, but most life sciences companies have not yet made the bolder moves other sectors have in taking advantage of their capabilities.
Joanne Henderson, Executive Director; Head of Life Sciences, EMEA at CBRE explores the Digital Talent Challenge and how real estate and workplace strategies can help.
We are delighted to report on a recent discussion on the technology that will drive the Lab of the Future; with Cindy Novak-DeLaurell from Takeda, Beeta Balali-Mood, Lab of the Future Lead at Pistoia Alliance, Martin Winter of Lab Automation Network and Gerhard Noelken also of Pistoia Alliance.