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Biosero invites you to their webinar

Biosero 2020 Webinar Series: The Power and Flexibility of Green Button Go Software 

About this webinar

The better the automation, the easier and faster you can make critical decisions for your lab.

At this webinar, you will learn how to implement automated decision making to get the most out of your lab equipment. 

AGENDA

Part 1: The Power and Flexibility of Green Button Go Software 
Corey McCoy, Lead Software Engineer, Biosero

Lab managers are seeking software that will automate equipment they already have in their labs, most of which are made by different OEMs. In many cases, labs also need counsel on how to create an automated lab ecosystem. They may have the core instruments, but not the peripherals to automatically feed samples into those core instruments. To meet their goals, labs have to automate the entire process, and we are advising labs on how they can do that using a variety of technologies tied together with Biosero’s Green Button Go™ Automation Scheduling Software. Green Button Go software provides maximum flexibility within an intuitive drag-and-drop interface allowing users to add intelligent decision making, including error recovery, into their methods. 

Attend the webinar and learn how to: 

  • Implementation of automatic decision making 
  • The use of advanced tools to recover from complex errors 
  • How to get the most from your workcell through timing and workflow modifications 
Part 2: Case Study: Notable Automation: Finding Flexibility at Scale
Transon Nguyen, Founding Engineer and Head of Laboratory Automation, Notable Labs
Jordan Mancuso, Automation Engineer, Notable Labs‍

Attempting to reconcile the fluid, exploratory nature of research in the life sciences with more rigid, process-driven high-throughput laboratory automation can be challenging. In this talk, we demonstrate several cases where we leverage the pliability of Green Button Go software to rapidly develop flexible, automated workflows. These approaches allow us to balance the historically static nature of high-throughput automation with the ever-changing dynamic of assay development.

Transon and Jordan will present how the company leverages Green Button Go™ Automation Scheduling Software to:

·       Develop rapidly automated workflows

·       Support ever-changing dynamics of assay development 

·       Balance rigid process-driven automation with flexible workflows

Part 3: Fully Automated Virtual Lab Tour
‍Steve Testen, Integrations and Engineering Manager, Biosero

Experience total lab automation – virtually – at the Biosero Acceleration Lab. Steve will lead attendees through the first-of-its-kind lab that showcases robotics and real-time data. See how Green Button Go software commands every instrument in the lab integrating manual tasks, data collection and output. 

MODERATOR

Navjot Kaur, Associate Director of Marketing and Software Products, Biosero 

As the Associate Director of Marketing and Software Products at Biosero, Navjot Kaur is responsible for the development and commercialization of the company’s software product lines. She applies market and customer research to identify novel software products that address the needs of existing and emerging markets, and she leads outbound marketing activities. Navjot has 20 years of laboratory robotics experience. Before joining Biosero, she held several escalating management roles at PerkinElmer, Beckman Coulter, Gilson and Hamilton Robotics. 

SPEAKERS

Corey McCoy, Lead Software Engineer, Biosero

Since 2011, Corey has contributed to all major development initiatives for Biosero’s Green Button Go software and is currently a development manager for the product. This includes building the product roadmap, overseeing testing and bug resolution. Previously, Corey has been a programmer for Biosero and has worked with enterprise and small-scale customers to deliver automation solutions. 

Transon Nguyen, Founding Engineer and Head of Laboratory Automation, Notable Labs 

Transon Nguyen is the Founding Engineer and Head of Laboratory Automation at Notable, where he develops hardware and software systems to advance their high-throughput screening capabilities. He was previously a biomedical engineer at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, developing advanced in vitro organ systems for drug discovery. Transon holds an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of California, Irvine. 

Jordan Mancuso, Automation Engineer, Notable Labs 

Jordan Mancuso is an automation engineer at Notable, where she develops high-throughput automated systems to accelerate the discovery of personalized cancer treatments. Her Notable journey started as an intern back in 2016 while working towards her PhD in Materials Science & Engineering at the University of California, Davis. Jordan returned to Notable full time after completing her degree in 2018. She also holds her B.S. in Bioengineering from Syracuse University. 

Steve Testen, Integrations and Engineering Manager, Biosero 

As Integrations and Engineering Manager, Steve leads integration projects at Biosero ranging from simple to complex, reader/feeder workcells, large-scale multi-robotic arm workcells, custom components, device development and integration, and mobile robots. He ensures the successful delivery and quality of Biosero automated workcells and provides technical support and guidance to the internal Biosero teams. 

Biosero

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