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Using Directed Evolution to Spur Innovation and Discovery

The Power of Technology in Bioengineering  Technology plays a critical role in the success of bioengineering, an ever-evolving field in which scientists spend their time researching new ways to improve biology by leveraging principles of engineering.  In some instances, bioengineering efforts can be lifesaving. This includes improving current medical procedures and propelling pharmaceutical research.  But […]

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Modularity in Motion: Combine Hardware and Software to Future-Proof Your Automated Lab

Technology allows people to expand their perceptions and understanding and of what is possible. This is certainly true within the life sciences lab, where technology – and specifically lab automation technology – is constantly evolving, and users must quickly adapt.  Adapting to change using automation can offer an opportunity to improve the way we work, […]

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Parallel Processing: The Key to Faster Results

Productivity.  Productivity is defined as the effectiveness of productive effort, especially in industry, as measured in terms of the rate of output per unit of input.  All of us, across all industries, strives to be productive in order to reach a goal or achieve success.  It’s innate in the vast majority of us.  Whether working […]

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Insights from SLAS2022

It was phenomenal to be a part of SLAS2022 last week in Boston. For us at HighRes, it was an excellent opportunity to see all of our friends and frenemies, connect with current and prospective clients, enjoy a few drinks and laughs with the SLAS community, and learn more about current directions and future trends. […]

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Pillars of Lab Automation

Lab automation is a phrase that many individuals within the life sciences use to describe their work or a specific solution. Over my 20-plus years in the life science industry, I have heard many ways individuals describe laboratory automation. My colleagues at HighRes have shared similar stories with me.    You may encounter a different meaning, depending upon […]

Something New is Coming

You may have heard or seen some things about us lately. About how something new is coming at SLAS2022. Something that could help your lab automation move at the speed of science and allow you to connect your science to your data, at any scale.   As you may be aware, HighRes is the originator of […]

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Getting the Most Out of Your Laboratory Robotics

Implementing robotic automation into your lab processes can be time-intensive and costly. Even simple manual tasks need careful planning and calibration to ensure that laboratory robots can successfully complete each task with a high degree of accuracy and minimal errors. After the time, effort, and expense that it takes to install and maintain lab robots and […]

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How to Tell When You Need to Automate Your Lab

Managing and operating a lab can be a complicated task. With so many moving parts to manage and keep track of, it can be hard to understand when to make changes to long-existing workflows/processes.  The pace of scientific research and subsequent publications over the past 5 years only increased with the Covid-19 pandemic.  This pace only looks […]

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