Join us on September 1 to learn how Synthace’s software platform, Antha, empowers scientists to automate Design of Experiments (DoE) for optimising bioprocesses
Click the button below to register
01 September, 1200-1300 (BST)
Synthace’s multidisciplinary team of researchers and software engineers have developed the Antha software platform to lower the barriers for scientists to execute sophisticated experiments with automated laboratory equipment. Learn how Synthace has combined the flexibility of its intuitive software with the power of DoE to optimise bioprocesses in-house and with their industry customers. In this webinar, Michael Sadowski will show Synthace’s approach to automating the planning and execution of DoE leads to rapid insights and improved decision making for a number of applications within bioprocess development.
In this webinar you will learn how Design of Experiments:
- Provides a structured approach to understanding systems as complex as biological processes
- Can be applied to a range of upstream and downstream processes to reduce time to scientific insight
- Achieves even faster and more efficient process development when coupled with tailored software and automation equipment
JMP has been a part of SAS since the first version of JMP statistical discovery software was launched in 1989, bringing interactive data visualization and analysis to the desktop. SAS is the leader in business analytics software and services, and the largest independent vendor in the business intelligence market. Through innovative solutions, SAS helps customers at more than 60,000 sites improve performance and deliver value by making better decisions faster. Since 1976 SAS has been giving customers around the world the power to know.
Speaker: Michael (Sid) Sadowski, head of bioinformatics, Synthace
Speaker: Robert Anderson, JMP senior statistical consultant, SAS
Moderator: Benjamin Valsler, digital editor, Chemistry World
[Embedded content below must be updated to have correct link in <iframe> and also appropriate pixel height for each media break point, dependent on the form itself.]