SLAS Member Meet Ups

Recorded On: 04/14/2022

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SLAS Technology Idea Exchange – Roadblocks to Research: Mobile Robots
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Open to view video.
Roadblocks to Research-Best Practices for LIMS Integrations
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Open to view video.
Aerial Precision Phenotyping in Agriculture
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Open to view video. The development of seed and agrichemical products requires a wide range of varieties, environments, and management practices to be evaluated and advanced. Traditionally, much of the field data collected was done through manual data collection methods. More recently the use of remote sensing and image analytics has supplemented, and in some cases replaced manual data collection leading to a greater data volume, better signal to noise data, and improved model predictions to the cheaper and faster advancement of quality agricultural products.
Q&;A on Biotech Start-Ups
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Open to view video. This conversation features a panel of presenters leading a discussion and taking questions on the different ways a biotechnology start-up company can succeed. Hear from Colin Cox, Ph.D. (Seer), Coleman Murray, Ph.D. (Ferrologix) and Tony Jones, Ph.D. (OneNucleus).
Clusters for All: CRISPR, Gene Editing, and Career Growth in Both
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Open to view video. The July Member Meet-Up “Clusters for All: CRISPR, Gene Editing, and Career Growth in Both” was presented July 29, 2020 by Samuel Hasson, Ph.D., of Voyager Therapeutics and John Doench, Ph.D., of Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. SLAS Board Member Sammy Datwani, Ph.D., moderated the event.
The Science of Beer Making
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Open to view video. This casual conversation led by two SLAS members and avid homebrew experts, John Nelson and Coleman Murray. If you like science and enjoying a cold beer, this SLAS meet up is for you!
Presenting your Science in a Virtual Setting
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Open to view video. Our presenters are both 2020 SLAS Award recipients who have extensive experience with this scenario, and the discussion will be moderated by the 2015 SLAS Innovation Award winner and SLAS Fellow, Jonathan Wingfield with AstraZeneca. We will explore the advantages and disadvantages to presenting your research virtually and there will be plenty of time for open discussion and Q&A.
SLAS Roadblocks to Research: Gripping Challenges
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Open to view video. While robots are the movers that keep automated experiments going 24/7, what about the grippers and gripper fingers that are attached to the robots, grasping precious plates and tubes? While robot arms are often the center of discussion, this Roadblocks to Research event will focus on overcoming the challenges of grasping different plates across a wide range of instrument nests. In the robot industry, it is often said that “A robot is only as good as the gripper attached to it”.