How to jumpstart innovation in R&D? Biotech must solve the instrument connectivity challenge
Despite the initial gravitation toward new technology, the R&D industry has failed to keep pace, even as life sciences data generation has exploded. The internet of things has begun to permeate research equipment, but many instruments critical to R&D are still operated manually, lacking connectivity with other digital tools. There are many reasons for biology’s slowing adoption of technology and data connectivity in the lab, but the proliferation of disparate, disconnected lab instruments and scientific software systems is central to the challenge.
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