Monitoring system enables science labs to join the internet of things
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Scientific research is incredibly data-heavy and, no matter the field, progress is inevitably slowed down by the time-consuming process of manually inputting results and findings. Now, an 'Internet of Instruments' from startup Tetrascience could help to drastically improve scientists' productivity, by retro-fitting scientific instruments with remote monitoring capacities, which record data as they go. Tetrascience provide research labs with the capacity to connect their existing equipment — from laboratory freezers to syringe pumps to oscilloscopes — to the cloud, enabling scientists to monitor and control their experiments remotely via a dashboard on their smartphone or computer, without interrupting their workflow.…
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