In the last two decades, the life sciences industry has been consolidating faster than ever in a fierce battle for growth, time-to-market and profitability. Whether it’s because of organic growth, investment-driven expansion, or mergers and acquisitions,...
CAR-T cell therapeutics have emerged as one of the most revolutionary new treatments for aggressive cancers, with 6 commercial products already approved by the FDA to treat lymphomas and myelomas, and dozens more in development...
As laboratories become more and more digitalized and lab systems are increasingly efficiency-driven, many people may begin by asking whether Lean methodologies are still even relevant? In this blog, we hope to make a case...
In this third installment of our series investigating the role of project management techniques in BINOCS, we explore what-if scenario analysis (WISA) and how it can be used to help predict outcomes and mitigate risk...
In this second article in our series on the role of project management methods in lab planning, we explore the challenges facing pre-clinical studies and how BINOCS can help R&D labs define and adhere to...
Project management concepts are ubiquitous in modern planning, including in resource capacity planning systems. This extended blog explores the critical path and the critical chain concepts and their roles in resource management, including how they...
Let’s explore the role of BINOCS within the broader digital lean lab ecosystem. It is inspired by the “Digital Lean Lab” session organized by Ibec on 7 Oct 2021, featuring presentations by colleagues from Accenture,...
In Part 1 on our series of blogs on Analytical Method Validation, we discussed the ways in which it shares key features with space missions; in Part 2 we’ll explore how you could set up your lab’s very own “mission control center” using the BINOCS resource management system What...
Planning and scheduling without a co-bot management system is hard. Before choosing to implement BINOCS, many labs spend months or even years investing in methods to make their manual processes more manageable. Here we use...
Since both Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos have recently entered orbit, we explore what commercial space flights can tell us about QC process validation Major Gagarin to Ground Control Across the centuries, dreamers everywhere have sought to reach for the heavens. In practice, there are many obstacles to humanity touching the...
In 2008, a survey on laboratory automation concluded that most lab workers (88%) believed they would rely on lab automation in the future. Yet it's 2021, and 72% of scientists now say their sector is...
Next-generation therapeutic products, including CAR-T and AAV-based, are already on the market and being used to treat previously untreatable conditions. These products are the future of healthcare, with more than 1,300 trials currently underway with...
Common issues when using Excel for resource management I’ve been using spreadsheet apps during my entire career (almost 30 years now). It started with Lotus Symphony on an IBM PC AT, then Lotus 123 and...
Are you thinking about digitalizing your laboratory resource planning & scheduling? Maybe already listing a couple of potential software vendors? Eventually, you want to arrive at a cloud-based, laser-focused enterprise software that makes the end...
Advanced planning & scheduling tools like OMP, Quintiq, Ortems, Preactor, bioG… help manufacturers plan their production processes. APS software focuses on optimizing production fulfillment, safeguarding service levels, and managing inventory in the network. Often, we...
Cell and gene therapies are here, and they’re here to stay. In the last couple of years, very promising results were achieved. Examples include treatments for certain blood cancers that helped patients for which all...
Christmas and New year pulled me away from the day-to-day rush and that was inspiring. The past three years, I focused on how organizations can improve resource utilization, especially for knowledge workers in environments such...
The primary objective of the people who buy enterprise app is good, actionable output. App developers know this, and seduce buyers with the most fancy graphs, KPI dashboards and reports. Showing compelling output for a...
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