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Laboratory Informatics Guide 2018

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Welcome to our Laboratory Informatics Guide 2018.

Over the few years that Europa Science has been producing the Laboratory Informatics Guide, one constant has been the fact that the informatics industry does not stand still for long.

In this guide, we look at the effect that artificial intelligence (AI) technology is having on healthcare research, how 2017 was a year of change for laboratory informatics, what the future looks like, and much more.

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Reshaping the future of medicine

Robert Roe explores the use of artificial intelligence technology in healthcare and medicinal research.
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Age of disruption

A look back over 2017, focussing on the technology and processes driving trends in the laboratory.
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The future of laboratory informatics

Robert Roe discusses potentially disruptive technologies and their impact on the laboratory informatics market.
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Synergy between man and machine

The failure of a candidate drug can cost millions - so many chemists are turning to software that provides modelling capabilities and multi-parameter optimisation.
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Data lakes and cloud computing

Data types used are advancing from the simple text formats of old, writes Paul Denny-Gouldson
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Precision medicine and laboratory informatics

Robert Roe looks at the use of precision medicine and its potential impact on laboratory informatics software
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