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Choosing a scheduling software — factors to consider

Scheduling software is a must-have tool for automation in laboratories. From individual robots to integrated workstations, scheduling software issues the commands that let scientific processes happen without human intervention.  Scheduling software has been around for more than 30 years, with today’s sophisticated, AI-powered solutions offering a vast improvement over the more rudimentary tools that were

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Navigating Cultural Shifts in Laboratory Automation

Accomplishing cultural change on a large scale can be challenging because people are generally set in their ways. This is equally true in the field of laboratory automation. When introducing automation into a group, how can it be done in a way to encourage acceptance and overcome fears of job loss?  Over the years, there

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What is an Application Programming Interface?

Although it started out as a programming term, application programming interfaces, or APIs, have become something of a catch-all for how instruments and systems communicate with each other.  All the instruments within a lab that can be automated have an interface that makes cross-communication possible. APIs today use a variety of languages and methods to

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Seeing Software in Action

The team at Biosero decided to take full advantage of restrictions lifting throughout the country by having an in-person sales meeting at our headquarters in San Diego. It was the perfect time for us to get the growing team together; our customer-facing team has more than tripled in the last few months. In addition, we’ve

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Biosero Internship Program

At Biosero, we are investing in the next generation of automation — as well as the next generation of bright young people who will run it. One of the ways we do that is through our internship program. We sponsor students from local high schools and colleges around the US to come into our office

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How 24/7 Automation Increases the Productivity of Your Laboratory

Researchers in the scientific industry are being asked to move faster and faster to bring new medicines and more productive crops to market, among many other innovations.   The acceleration of such scientific discoveries needs to be accomplished at lower costs and without increasing the company’s headcount or compromising the integrity of the research. The question

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Get to Know Biosero: David Dambman, Technology Officer

Get to Know Biosero: David Dambman, Technology Officer Get to Know Biosero: David Dambman, Technology Officer You’ve heard of Biosero, but are you familiar with the team behind it? We’ve kicked off a new blog series to profile some of our great employees and give you a better sense of who we are. In this

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Why the Cloud Matters for Lab Automation

For many people, the term “laboratory automation” brings to mind giant robots, liquid handlers, and other heavy-duty lab machinery. But hardware is only half the story. For true automation, software is essential — it issues commands to all of those instruments and devices, ensuring that every process runs smoothly. Of course, wherever there is software,

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AI and Machine Learning: What’s the Difference?

Many people use the terms “artificial intelligence” and “machine learning” interchangeably. After all, they both refer to computational approaches that make things — for lack of a better word — smarter. But here at Biosero, where we build software every day, we must be very specific about terms like these. For anyone using software to

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Get to Know Biosero: Ryan Bernhardt, Commercial Operations

You may be familiar with our Green Button Go® software, but do you know the people behind it? In this new blog series, we’re profiling some of the amazingly talented employees here at Biosero.   Today we’re getting to know Ryan Bernhardt, Chief Commercial Officer. He joined the company after being a veteran user of Green Button Go

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How Biosero Workcells Are Powering SARS-CoV-2 Genome Surveillance Efforts

The spread of these variants around the world has underscored the need for large-scale genome surveillance efforts to identify new mutations, track transmission, and identify potential targets for future development of diagnostics, vaccines, and therapeutics.  Unlike individual PCR tests designed to detect the presence of viral material, genome surveillance requires sequencing the entire viral genome

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BIG Innovation Award 2021

Congratulations, Team Biosero! Green Button Go® Automation Scheduling Software was honored with a 2021 BIG Innovation Award from the Business Intelligence Group. After a challenging year like 2020, it’s nice to have a cause for celebration! Green Button Go software was one of 137 products worldwide to be honored with a 2021 BIG Innovation Award. The BIG Innovation

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Employee Spotlight – Honoring Greg Clark

Today, the team at Biosero, is launching a blog series on our greatest asset, our team members. We are proud to have our first employee spotlight honor Greg Clark, who lost a hard-fought battle with cancer on March 14, 2021.   Team member: Greg Clark  Came aboard: July 9, 2010  What did Greg do at Biosero?

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Biosero Donates to Team Inspiration

As a part of our community outreach, it is a privilege to support a young group of aspiring engineers! We are excited to make the donation of old robots from Precise Automation, Peak Robotics, and KBiosystems as well as monetary support of $2500, making Biosero a Gold Sponsor, to aid in broadening their STEM experiences.

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Biosero Takes Part in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s 2020

At Biosero, we often discuss actively engaging with the local community. It was no surprise when the question “Why?” “Why do we work at Biosero ?” prompted the annual “WHY” project. The Biosero team voted on an organization or cause to whom we would like to make a company donation of $5000. The organization chosen by

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The “WHY” Project 2020

Every year we ask ourselves, “WHY?” Why do we work at Biosero? Why do we get up in the morning and come to work? This year’s “WHY” Project, as a team, voted for a cause near to our hearts. We all chose to donate $5000 to the Alzheimer’s Association because of their impact on caregiver,

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The “WHY” Project 2019

Last year, we created The “WHY” Project at Biosero. The idea started with a discussion about “WHY.” WHY do we do our work? WHY do we work at Biosero? Biosero team members shared their “WHY” statements with each other and it became clear that their work at Biosero has more profound meaning to them personally

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San Diego SLAS 2020 Was A Record Setting Year

The Society of Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) 2020 in San Diego was a record-setting conference for Biosero. The three events we hosted drew crowds of people wanting to know more about our software, Green Button Go™, and workcell integration services. In our Green Button Go Tutorial and Panel, David Dambman, CTO was joined by

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