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Building a modern R&D organization through digitalization

There’s undoubtedly been much hype about the impact of digital transformation on innovation in general. However, beyond the hype, we […]

Core Facility Management in Higher Education: Building a case for change

Universities are living through unprecedented and turbulent times. The current pandemic is forcing a reset of their entire operating model, […]

New product development in the food industry: turn your assays and pilots from bottleneck to competitive advantage

Innovation has always been a key aspect of any food processing company’s competitive positioning. It has now become essential in […]

Are your research information and data management systems really up to the challenge?

Why existing information and data management systems can no longer support modern research and should be modernized through a cloud platform approach.

Why should core facilities look at Service Management?

Core facilities can adapt proven service management best practices to create more value for their users and customers.

Shared instrumentation in today’s research

In this post, we’re sharing a few insights from this study which involved 100+ academia and industry research organizations across Europe and North America.

An overview of digital tools for scientific publications and project funding

Paradoxically, scientific research has been at the forefront of the use of cutting-edge technologies, like big data, but it’s lagging behind for the in-depth digital transformation of its daily activities.

Panorama of collaborative digital tools for knowledge and data sharing between scientists

Multi-disciplinary and complex projects, an ever-increasing number of scientific articles, fiercer global competition: Digital collaborative platforms can advance research.

How digital transformation is changing researchers’ daily work?

In terms of digitization, many sectors of activity are indeed lagging behind. And research is no exception. Yet it is crucial that research moves on with its digital transformation.

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