Want to go from lab data to machine learning in 30 seconds? Join us for the launch of SynBioBetaLive!, a web event we’re premiering on Wednesday, May 23 at 8 am Pacific. Our CEO Timothy Gardner kicks off the inaugural event, to demonstrate and discuss how biological researchers can spend less time organizing their experimental data and more time asking important questions about it.
Today's research and development 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. Riffyn SDE software structures experimental designs and links it to measurement data for machine learning within seconds after it is collected in the lab.
Today's research and development 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 SDE software structures experimental designs and links it to measurement data for machine learning within seconds after it is collected in the lab. We will demonstrate how biotech companies are using this capability to identify unexpected correlations in animal studies, uncover root causes of error in screening experiments, and deliver right-first-time technology scale-up in bioprocess development.
Tim Gardner will speak at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine one-day meeting and webcast on "Improving Reproducibility by Teaching Data Science as a Scientific Process". This meeting will bring together data scientists and educators in academia and industry to 1) discuss how data science can help understand and improve reproducibility of scientific research, and 2) learn about several courses and training offerings for reproducible data science.
Be sure to catch Tim Gardner's presentation in Technology Workshop 3: "Laboratory Data to Machine Learning in 30 seconds". In this presentation we will demonstrate how biotech companies are using Riffyn to identify unexpected correlations, uncover root causes of error, and deliver right-first-time technology scale-up.
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 will attend the Life Sciences Future conference in Philadelphia, PA. Life Sciences Future has been heralded as the best and most important life sciences event in the mid-Atlantic region. To meet Riffyn at the conference please contact us!