A manufacturing laboratory, whether for industrial, commercial, or clinical applications, is different than an academic research laboratory. In particular, workflow efficiency, operational flexibility, and regulatory compliance are emphasized for smooth operation across a range of situations. Researchers therefore should carefully balance workflow design and instrumentation requirements alongside future considerations such as scaling and expansion. Doing this during the set-up phase can help establish a firm foundation and is more cost-effective than adjusting a process after everything has already been put into place.

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  • Major things to consider when starting a new manufacturing laboratory
  • Solutions for scaling operations
  • How to navigate regulatory requirements

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