Future Proofing Your Lab to Match the Pace of Innovation

The 21st century has seen a rapid increase in the pace of technological innovation in life sciences. For example, while the first mapping of the human genome in 2003 took 13 years and 3 billion dollars to accomplish, next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology now can complete the whole genome sequencing in hours for less than $1000, generating terabytes of data in just a single run.

With the digital age now in full swing, technological advancements are quickly changing the landscape for laboratories in the life science industry.

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