We are back again with our monthly recap! This month we are happy to introduce some of our new features and updates, recent publications, and events coming up in the next month.
In May we released an updated Reports page that matches our updated design, all of the functionality you are used to is still available, but we made some small tweaks to make it more user friendly.
We have also been working on two very exciting integrations over the last months, and wanted to give you a sneak peak into what we will be releasing in the coming months:
Building on the Asset monitoring section of our integrations, we have recently released our essentim sensor IOT data integration.
We are also about to move into the pilot phase of our Benchling integration that will allow you to share your Clustermarket equipment data and equipment booking calendars in your Benchling tenant.
Read more about the latest and upcoming releases in our quarterly product blog:
White paper: automation and artificial intelligence in research
As technology continues to permeate every aspect of our lives, terms like “automation” and “artificial intelligence” are becoming more prevalent, especially in the field of research. Despite often being used interchangeably, these two concepts are distinct and have different applications in laboratory settings.
Read more in our latest white paper:
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