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An interview with Max Malva Kissel, Intern at Aigenpulse

Max joined the Aigenpulse team for a months internship. Before he went on to travel and explore his next challenge overseas, we asked him a little about his experience with us. Max, tell us a bit about yourself! Well, I am half-German and half-Spanish, hailing from Barcelona. I am currently enrolled in the bachelor’s in […]

Transitioning from a PhD in Computational Biology to developing software

Interview by Wendy Tindsley An interview with Andrea Martinez Vernon, Computational Biologist at Aigenpulse At Aigenpulse we are proud that we attract the best talent on the market. Whilst this often takes the form of established hires, i.e. those who have worked in the industry for a number of years, we also heavily rely on […]

Digitally improving FACS workflows the ‘Aigenpulse Way’

Above, Carlos del Ojo Elias – Senior Bioinformatician of the Software Engineering A-Team at Aigenpulse! In this post,we’re going to talk about how to address the challenges of automating an entire FACS workflow, while maintaining the quality and tractability of the process. This post is for you if you create, manage or interpret FACS data.  The Complexity of FACS Data  […]

Why ISO for Aigenpulse?

Our press release is here, but before you read that, we thought it would be useful to understand exactly why and how we undertook this journey into achieving internationally recognised standards. Our Quality Story “Trust, Respect, Diversity” – Aigenpulse’s Core Values This was our motto when we started to develop our Business Management System in […]

What are the challenges and opportunities for Life Science Post Brexit?

The FierceBiotech Executive Summit, Royal Society of Medicine, London October 30th, 2018 For someone who tries to keep up with Brexit by listening to the Brexitcast, I was interested to hear, more specifically, what the Life Sciences sector feels about Brexit. There was a lively panel discussion between Dr Munna Choudury of Accenture and Alacramed, […]

OBN BioForward conference

I was delighted to be invited as a panel member at the inaugural OBN BioForward conference, held in Birmingham University on Thursday 4th October.  This was quite a different type of conference; focused on creating a roadmap for growth in the Life Sciences sector and, as such, comprised ‘Panel’ and ‘How To’ sessions. The panel […]