Laboratory automation systems are used for operating equipment and other applications with minimal human intervention, to solve problems in the lab, free up time for valuable staff members, improve safety, and encourage standardization. Lab managers need to make decisions on when and where to employ automated systems in the lab versus when to rely on humans for certain tasks, weighing the pros and cons of each option. What are the cost benefits? How will automation affect your staffing needs?
Lab Manager will host industry experts speaking on these issues and more during its Automation Summit on April 13-14. Hear from top leaders in the industry as they explain how to choose automation systems and software for your lab, how robotics are involved in lab automation, the role automation plays in various industries including pharma and academia, the benefits when working with high-throughput experimentation, and what lab automation means for the future of staffing. Case studies will be used to illustrate successful examples of lab automation. An audience Q&A session will follow each session. A town hall session will also be featured as part of this event. Register for free to attend this educational event that will offer valuable guidance as you address your lab’s automation needs.