Join Elliot Menschik (Amazon Web Services) and Tim Gardner (Riffyn) for an afternoon/evening exploring the capabilities of AWS and Riffyn to place the power of machine learning in your hands. AWS will provide a tour of their machine learning and AI toolkits. Riffyn will demonstrate how pioneering biotech companies are transforming traditional experimental designs and data into AI-ready datasets in seconds. Presentations followed by hors d’oeuvres, drinks and discussions with scientists and data scientists from both companies.
Roundtable on Data Science Postsecondary Education Meeting: Reproducibility and Teaching Data Science as a Scientific Process
Buried in Data, Starving for Information: How measurement noise is blocking scientific progress.
Timothy S. Gardner, Founder/CEO
Today's breakthroughs lie deep in the midst of complex, multivariate data sets. Yet, experimental anomalies and fundamental discoveries often go unnoticed because they are buried in uninterpretable spreadsheets, inaccessible databases, or excessive experimental noise. Moreover, our educational system is failing to train our scientists in fundamental principles of experimental design, measurement systems analysis, and quality. The result is missed opportunities for scientific discovery, lost time chasing experimental artifacts, and stunted learning cycles. We will illustrate these issues with examples from present day research, and outline solutions to these problems derived from 100 years of statistical science and manufacturing quality principles.
Be sure to catch Tim Gardner's presentation in Technology Workshop 3: "Laboratory Data to Machine Learning in 30 seconds" on Tuesday, March 20th at 2:50pm.
Today's breakthroughs lie deep in the midst of complex, multivariate data sets. Experimental anomalies and fundamental discoveries often go unnoticed because they are buried in uninterpretable spreadsheets, inaccessible databases, or excessive experimental noise. The cloud-based Riffyn software structures and links experimental designs and measurement data for analysis within seconds after it is collected in the lab. Riffyn will demonstrate how biotech companies are using this capability to identify unexpected correlations, uncover root causes of error, and deliver right-first-time technology scale-up.
Join us at Bio-IT World Conference 2017! CEO Tim Gardner will speak as part of the pre-conference workshop, Data Management for Biologics: Registration and Beyond.
Join Tim Gardner from Riffyn at SLAS 2017, where he will chair a session in the Data Analysis and Informatics Track on enhancing scientific reproducibility and reuse through better workflow and data technologies. Drawing from the experiences of speakers in academia, government, and industry, this session emphasizes the use of enhanced workflows, quality management systems, and data utilization to improve experimental rigor and data reproducibility in research and development.
Riffyn CEO Timothy Gardner will present a keynote focused on industrial scale-ups on 15 December 2016 at the first IET /SynbiCITE Conference on Engineering Biology 2016 in London.
Chairman Professor Richard Kitney will welcome engineers, academics and students to the IET/SynBiCITE Engineering Biology Conference 2016 taking place at the newly refurbished IET London: Savoy Place. This three day conference will provide a platform for the international synthetic biology community to hear and present their leading edge research in Synthetic Biology and how these findings are being adopted by industry.
Riffyn is proud to sponsor SynBioBeta SF 2016, the prime conference for the synthetic biology industry – bringing the global community together to drive technology and business forward. Fuel your passion for engineering biology with a program full of talks from key thought-leaders, decision makers and tech pioneers. SynBioBeta is a must for those wanting to keep up with the rapidly-evolving industry.
Riffyn co-founder, Matt Cockerill, will discuss Riffyn's technology for making design, quality, reusability, versioning and realtime analytics as inherent to scientific experimentation as it is to software, cars, airplanes and electronics. Matt will also discuss how Riffyn is incorporating the Allotrope Data Format as a core technology for exchanging data and methodological information via an open data standard.
Whole-cell models are promising tools for predicting phenotype from genotype by accounting for every individual gene and cell function. The goal of the 2016 Whole-Cell Modeling Summer School is to provide young investigators cutting-edge training in large-scale dynamical modeling and model integration.
Riffyn is presenting at the Allotrope Foundation Cross-Industry workshop hosted by Genentech in South San Francisco. Event is open to anyone. Register here.
Riffyn will provide a view of its iterative R&D process design and data analytics capabilities, and describe how we are integrating the Allotrope Framework to enable standardized import and export of designs, data and knowledge.
Riffyn CEO, Tim Gardner, presented Riffyn's vision for the next wave in the timeline of Synthetic Biology advancement: Measure Systems. He showed how Riffyn is helping pave its software for visual design and sharing of experiments and processes in life sciences and chemistry. Riffyn's offers a kind-of "source code control" software for laboratory research processes - capabilities the company hopes will advance a new era of open source science.
Riffyn is a member of the Allotrope Partner Network (APN) and will be joining the APN workshop on September 15 in Chicago to help define the tools and standards for scientific instrument data exchange. The Allotrope Foundation is an international association of pharmaceutical and biotech companies dedicated to the building of a “Laboratory Framework” to improve efficiency in data acquisition, archiving, and management.
Riffyn and PLOS are hosting the @MozillaScience #mozsprint June 4-5, in Oakland and SF. Join us to help #openscience: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/sciencelab-2015globalsprint
Help us build on ResourceMiner, Riffyn's open project to develop a natural language processing toolkit for extracting controlled vocabularies (ontologies) of research resources used in the scientific literature, and organizing them into an associative knowledge graph.
In April and May, the Royal Society held a series of discussions on evolving and controversial areas in scholarly communication, looking at the impact of technology, the culture of science and how scientists might communicate in the future. Matt Cockerill presented Riffyn's vision of that future and the role of design and quality engineering in improving reproducibility and reusability of scientific results.
The APE 2015 Conference Program will offer a broad perspective, varying from research excellence, peer reviewing, use of information, content innovation, funding and investing, business models, new types of information, enabling technologies, repositories, search engines, dissemination, access and sharing of knowledge.
9:45 - 11:00AM: Panel 1 – Capturing the Research Lifecycle
Chair: Courtney Soderberg, Statistical Consultant at the Center for Open Science, will lead a panel discussion of the challenges associated with organizing research data, disseminating and discovering new research tools.
John Lees-Miller Co-Founder of OverLeaf
Lars Holm Nielsen Software Engineer at Zenodo
Arfon Smith of GitHub
Robert Seigel of Publiscize
Tim Gardner Founder of Riffyn
Rion Dooley of Texas Advanced Computing Center