BIOVIA Lunch Seminar Research Informatics in the Cloud: Are you Ready? Princeton, NJ | November 15
Boston, MA | November 16


The life sciences industry is radically reinventing itself by embracing globalization, looking for innovation from outside partners, and focusing on operational excellence (read: cost pressure). A transition of IT activities to the cloud has emerged as the solution to these challenges but questions remain about how to conduct this transition in a way that keeps data and IP secure and actually increases research productivity.

Why should you attend?

These seminars are your opportunity to:

Join BIOVIA for a complimentary lunch seminar in Princeton (Nov.15) or Boston (Nov.16) where we bring experts from IDC Health Insights, Takeda, LabAnswer and more to discuss current cloud computing trends, challenges to cloud adoption in pharma and share insights for defining and executing on a strategy to support data management & analysis to facilitate effective partner collaborations while streamlining IT and informatics efforts.

Dates & Locations

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Agenda and Confirmed Speakers

Each seminar will begin at 11:00am and conclude at 1:30pm and will feature presentations from leading experts. The official agendas will be finalized and posted here shortly.

This is a great opportunity to connect with other ScienceCloud users and the BIOVIA team of experts including:

We Want to Hear Your Success Stories!

Do you have a story or use case about leveraging ScienceCloud? Or, any particular challenges that you have been able to overcome by using ScienceCloud?

We invite you to share your unique perspective and expertise on the use of ScienceCloud at your organization. Sharing your insights and experiences will help make this an event worth attending and inspire fellow attendees!

Submit an abstract that describes how you’ve solved real problems with ScienceCloud.

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There is no charge to attend this event but registration is required as space is limited.

Further information will be made available shortly. In the meantime, please contact Elizabeth Eldredge ( with any questions.