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Bioprocess Monitoring Relies on Connectivity
Manufacturing Inefficiencies Can Be Reduced by Bringing Analytics Closer to the Operation
- Bioprocess monitoring and control, although not as widespread as it should be, is nevertheless increasingly viewed as a routine part of doing business. Significant trends include interconnectivity between sensors, instruments, bioreactors, sampling systems, and software, collaborations among vendors to promote interoperability, and compatibility with single-use equipment. Yet, biotech still ...
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