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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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Building with DNA

In April 2020, humanity faced the initial onslaught of a new, evolving, and transformative virus, SARS-CoV-2, that changed the very fabric of how each of every single human on our planet lived, worked, and functioned.  That same month, Marc Andreesen, yes the same Marc Andreesen that founded Netscape and later founded one of the quintessential […]

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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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Why You Should Automate Your Laboratory

Life science laboratories are filled with high-knowledge staff members who perform complex actions that rely on human intuition, dexterity and an expert knowledge of equipment and science. Automation tools have revolutionized the day to day operation of laboratories since the introduction of early liquid handling devices and adoption of high density labware formats. But moving […]

Laboratory Automation Predictions for 2019

Another year is almost in the books, so we thought it would be interesting to lay out some of our expectations for the year ahead. Enjoy! Robotics and automation business cases will be less and less about labor cost savings, and more and more about other benefits such as precision, repeatability and data capture. Labor […]

Machine Learning and Drug Discovery

Yesterday, Recursion Pharmaceuticals announced that the Food and Drug Administration had cleared their investigational new drug application for a Phase 1 clinical trial in the treatment of cerebral cavernous malformation (CCM). While this is certainly good news for treating this rare genetic disease, it is also an important milestone in the use of machine learning […]

Why Collaborative Robots are Changing the World

Poised for hypergrowth throughout the next decade,the cobot market may hit the projected $95 billion by 2024 The ability of machines to work and coordinate with humans safely is fueling the demand for collaborative robots (cobots) across the globe. Poised for hypergrowth throughout the next decade, the cobot market may hit the projected $95 billion […]

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