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Article: Efficient collaboration and reproducibility crisis

Posted: 7 April 2020 | | No comments yet

Advances in technology, such as the development of connected lab instruments, can integrate into workflows to help address reproducibility challenges.

Scientists are producing more data than ever and are looking to adopt new tools to record, organize, and transmit all of it. However, advances in technology can easily integrate into a lab’s workflow to help researchers address challenges related to reproducibility. These new technologies include the development of connected instruments, like Gilson’s TRACKMAN® Connected, and can help researchers maintain complete, traceable, and shareable records of experiments with ease and efficiency.











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