Webinar: Future Evolution of Laboratory Working
While COVID has presented many challenges for getting back safely to the lab or continuing research it has also become apparent that it has acted as a catalyst for change. Whether that be new ways of working, enhanced collaborations and partnerships or the acceleration of new technologies.
Automation, software, sustainability and a “green reboot” – this event brought together expertise to look at recent experiences, lessons learned, efficiencies and looks to the future so research continues to flourish and drive advancements.
A panel from both an academic and industry background shared their experiences, answered questions from attendees and hosted a lively and interesting debate on the future evolution of laboratory working.
Panel members and moderators
Welcome and Introductions – Dr Nicoletta Charolidi – Imperial College London and Dr Steve Walker – Kings College London
Followed by presentations and case studies from the expert panel including:
Professor Mike Curtis – Kings College London
Allison Hunter – Imperial College London
Dave Mudd – Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst
Dr Jean Marie Delalande – QMUL, London
Moiz Ebrahimjee – Synthace