There is a growing interest among scientists in using smart phones, tablets, and other mobile devices not only to check calendars, contacts, and e-mails but to actually do lab work, 24/7 if needed. In keeping with this demand, these portable mini-computers are now being powered by innovative mobile applications that allow scientists and clinicians to work in a fast and intuitive manner, at all hours and from remote locations around the globe. To get a glimpse of how these portable devices and the mobile applications can help improve your lab productivity and efficiency, join us online for a live webinar hosted by The Scientist. We will have technical experts discussing mobile applications for data recording and analysis, data searches and journal access, real-time tracking of lab equipment, clinical data, patient information and other tasks that may seem too good to be true.

Meet the Speakers:

Integrating Mobile Technology Into...


Providing New Mobile Options for Managing Research Data
Alan Wolf
Assistant CIO for Advanced Computing Infrastructure
Office of the Vice Provost for Information Technology & CIO
DoIT - Academic Technology
Institute for Biology Education, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Leveraging Mobile Technology in Getting Faster Access to Reliable Clinical Data
Nandan Shah, MS
Director, Clinical Development and Regulatory Affairs Information Systems
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals


The Cloud - The Back-End for Mobile Applications
Gabor Fari, MSc, MBA
Director, Business Development and Strategy
Health & Life Sciences
Microsoft Corporation


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