The Time is Now
Ready or not, automation is coming soon to analytical labs everywhere. Here’s why we should rejoice – rather than resist – the rise of the machines.
Bob Boughtflower, Paul Hopkins | | Opinion
In every industry, scientists typically follow set workflows to ensure that a product or formulation is prepared in a consistent manner. For analytical scientists, following methods and procedures provides confidence in the result that we generate. Depending on the sector, the application and the task, these workflows range from being somewhat intuitive to being completely locked down and controlled.
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