Reasons for this include:
Many experiments are unnecessary duplicates due to a lack of visibility into prior experiments.
Other experiments may fail to produce useful data, for example, if a suboptimal antibody fails to detect the presence of a protein.
Even when an experiment seemingly succeeds, scientists are often unable to replicate the results due to various factors.
We exponentially increase the speed and quality of life-saving research by empowering scientists with the world’s most advanced biomedical artificial intelligence to run more successful experiments.
Curate the world's most extensive collection of data from life science experiments and vendor catalogs
Decode and organize the information with proprietary machine learning models
Provide rapid insights in a clear, intuitive interface with turnkey deployment across an enterprise
Curate the world's largest collection of data from life science experiments and reagent catalogs
Decode and organize the information with reagent-specific machine learning models
Provide rapid insights in a clear, easy-to-use interface with turnkey deployment across an enterprise
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Companies using BenchSci save millions per year in hard costs alone**** Based on proprietary customer spend analysis. Depends on a number of factors, including a company’s total annual reagent and model system spend and its waste ratio.
Scientists using BenchSci move faster, with less time searching for and validating reagents and model systems
Over 80% of scientists say that BenchSci accelerates their work^^ On average, from surveys conducted on hundreds of industry scientists across various therapeutic areas and geographies.
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