Data Science For Experimental Design
17 October 2018
Alan Turing Institute, London UK
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Harnessing the power of data science to support experimental research

We are delighted to bring together laboratory scientists, data scientists, statisticians, and social scientists who study the behaviour of experimental scientists at the Alan Turing Institute.

We will discuss how new technologies can make experimental science more informative, more cost-effective, and more reproducible.

  • How can we use data science to design informative laboratory experiments?
  • How can we optimise experiments to save time and money?
  • How will robotic laboratories will shape the future of experimental research?
  • How can we make research more reproducible?

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Dr Stefanie Biedermann

University of Southampton

Picture of Dr Ozgur Akman

Dr Ozgur Akman

University of Exeter

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Prof Ross D King

University of Manchester

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Dr Vishal Sanchania

Synthace Limited

Dr Sebastien Besson

University of Dundee

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Dr Rachael Ainsworth

University of Manchester

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Dr Sarah Abel

University of Iceland

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Dr Louise Bezuidenhout

University of Oxford


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