Once upon a time in science, breakthroughs sat in petri dishes gathering mold on a window sill. Extraordinary discoveries occurred when observant scientists like Alexander Fleming noticed the halo of dead bacteria surrounding a mold colony.
Today's breakthroughs lie waiting not on window sills, but in the midst of complex, multivariate data sets. Statistical anomalies and subtle data patterns are the halos of today's discoveries.
But most of the time, those discoveries go unnoticed because they are buried in uninterpretable spreadsheets, inaccessible data, or excessive experimental noise. And it’s costing us billions of dollars in lost scientific progress.
Riffyn’s mission is to help scientists deliver accurate and useable research—research we can trust and build upon efficiently, like a global supply chain of methods and data.