This page lists previously recorded Webinars.
For a list of upcoming Webinars, please refer to the Events page.
Enabling Data Workflows Across External Collaborations and Partnerships
Real-time data exchange and access to shared data for all partners in a research collaboration is critical to accelerating discovery and innovation projects. Dotmatics provides a comprehensive web-based collaboration platform that enables research partners across organizations, disciplines and geographies to share and access project data in real-time, monitor progress and make informed decisions.
Supporting Antibody Discovery Research with Scientific Informatics: Ensuring Data Quality and Protecting Intellectual Property
by Andrew LeBeau, PhD, AVP Biologics Marketing at Dotmatics Presented at Antibody Engineering & Therapeutics Asia Kyoto, Japan, February 2020
Integrating IoLT and Scientific Informatics Platforms
This session will demonstrate how lab scientists can save up to 80% of their time on manual data transfer and curation by utilizing integration IoLT and informatics capabilities, as well as proving that data exchange in external collaborations can be streamlined and automated to save both CROs and sponsor companies up to 40% of their scientists’ time.
Materials Science and Chemical Companies, Is your R&D Digitalization Lagging?
Max Petersen from Dotmatics joins this 20/15 visioneers webinar as a panelist. Materials Science and Chemical Companies, Is your R&D Digitalization Lagging? Come hear how your industry and adjacent verticals have tackled some of these challenges! Please use this password to access the webinar: J1+792sc
Assembling or Reassembling Your Multi-Omics Solution and FAIR Data/Process Management Landscape.
Andrew LeBeau from Dotmatics participated as a panelist in this 20/15 Visioneers Webinar alongside John Conway. Assembling or Reassembling Your Multi-Omics Solution and FAIR Data/Process Management Landscape. Is It Time for a Pre-Competitive Approach?!
Addressing the Replication Crisis in Science and the Co$t to all R&D Organizations
Rob Brown & Andrew LeBeau from Dotmatics join John Conway as panelists in this 20/15 Visioneers Webinar Addressing the Replication Crisis in Science and the Co$t to all R&D Organizations
What's New in Dotmatics 5.5
Find out more about recent development with a practical demonstration of increased functionality and features. A detailed look at includes a major update the Dotmatics Browser user interface. The Studies screening ultra capability now supports Kinetics assays. Significant updates have also been made to Reaction Workflows.
Dotmatics for Chemicals and Materials Research
R&D IT infrastructures that supports chemicals and materials research need to fulfill significantly different requirements than those typically found in life sciences organizations. The main reason for this is that developing performance chemicals/materials generally involves combining diverse scientific approaches, developing novel processing methods and employing a much broader set of analytical techniques. In this webinar Max Petersen, AVP of Chemicals and Materials Marketing, discusses how Dotmatics data-centric R&D IT platform provides a unique solution to this challenge.
What's new in Bioregister 3.2
This latest version of Bioregister adds further capabilities for non-natural and chemically-modified biologics, support for the emerging HELM standard for macromolecule notation, and streamlined workflows for bulk registration procedures, ensuring that Bioregister 3.2 remains one of the most comprehensive biologics registration systems available.
What's New in Dotmatics Vortex 2019.4
Learn about the latest developments in Vortex, which focus on supporting biologics discovery. We’ll cover new capabilities around sequence display, editing, and annotation handling, as well as some usability enhancements. Vortex puts the power of both basic and advanced biological data analysis and visualization in the hands of all biologics researchers from lab scientists through to computational biologists and bioinformaticians. If you’re already a user of Vortex for biologics research, or want to learn about how it can accelerate your research, please join us for this webinar.