June 04, 2018
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Agenus and Benchling: Scaling Your Biologics R&D Programs

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As your biologics R&D programs grow, you need the right technology infrastructure to track results produced by numerous teams, quickly model complex workflows, and manage large amounts of data so you can realize the full potential of your research.

In this on-demand webinar, Dennis Underwood, VP of Molecular Information Systems at Agenus, and Sajith Wickramasekara, CEO and Co-Founder of Benchling, discuss:

- The top operational challenges that biologics R&D departments face when scaling.

- Simple best practice strategies to streamline R&D operations.

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