Lens On The Scientific Market
Key findings from our industry experts.
Single-use chromatography is a relatively new separation technology that hails from the bioprocessing industry. Single-use products, such as disposable filter capsules and single-use bioreactors, were initially applied to the upstream sector of bioprocessing to reduce cleaning time and minimize contamination. As the downstream sector also requires a sterile separation process, single-use applications also expanded towards […]
While China and Japan are the darlings of Asia Pacific, the rest of the region poses a promising growth opportunity. Korea and Singapore are already players on the world stage, but Southeast Asia with its rapid growth is just starting to flex its economic muscles. SDi took a look at this regional market in its […]
The demand for pharmaceuticals grows higher each year, as the global population ages and diseases once associated with so-called developed regions, become more prominent in other areas. As medical knowledge elucidates the underlying causes and mechanisms of various diseases in fine detail, approaches to disease treatment are shifting. With the rise of precision medicine, medical […]
In vitro diagnostic testing costs little to the healthcare system and contributes much to clinical practice, which is part of the reason there is so much interest in the industry. It is a $69.2 billion-dollar market, with lots of players. A dozen large multi-test category players compete, hundreds of other concerns that may produce a […]
From when they first enter your website, to placing an order through a sales rep, to using technical support when setting up a new system — every time a scientist interacts with your company a branding opportunity presents itself. A dedicated customer experience program has a formal strategy to engage and satisfy, not merely serve. […]
Los Angeles, CA 8/15/19—The August 15, 2019 issue of Instrument Business Outlook (IBO) featured the winners of the annual IBO Design Awards for excellence in the industrial design of analytical and portable instruments, as well as laboratory equipment. The winners of the 2019 Awards demonstrate how innovative industrial design can enhance a product’s functionality and the end-user’s experience. The […]
Our colleagues at Kalorama Information have just published their latest report, The World Market for Biomarkers. Biomarkers are biological or biochemical molecules, genetic changes, or other characteristics that can be measured; they indicate or predict a condition, risk, or likely biological response. Biomarkers can be used for a range of diagnostic applications including predicting disease […]
Working with our healthcare partner, Kalorama Information, we recently published a customer experience survey. This blog highlights discusses the report and highlights the major findings of the report, including important recommendations for the clinical diagnostics industry. For specific vendor performance and user ratings, a purchase of the report is suggested. Clinical laboratory customers have become […]
The customer experience of a life science brand can begin before a customer makes a purchase or interact with a sales representative at a conference. Many different marketing materials could be the first touchpoint a customer has with your brand: catalogs and pamphlets sent to department mail boxes, downloadable product guides, or online ads about […]
The National Bureau of Statistics of China released its preliminary data on the second quarter of 2019. GDP growth was estimated at 6.2%, which marks the lowest quarterly growth for the country since 1992. China has been one of the best sources of growth for analytical instrumentation for decades, so the question arises: Is this a […]
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