Automation is often utilised in the drug discovery process, leveraging robotics and automated processes to ease repetitive tasks and facilitate the execution of cellular or biochemical experiments. This session will describe the challenges and advances in automating a range of biological processes, including reagent production, preparation, screening and analysis.
Automation can be applied to many types of chemistry at any scale, with the last decade witnessing an explosion in its application. This session will focus on recent applications and innovations to fully automate multiple protocols and workflows, meeting the challenges of rapid scale-up & optimisation in the synthesis of novel chemical entities.
The field of human-robot interaction has seen dramatic developments over the last decade, this session will focus on innovations in the field to deliver safe, intuitive and reliable robotics in the real world.
30-November-2022, at 14:15
Chairs: Mr Jack Dawson