(C) Sartorius2010 - Oscar-Werner ReifInstrument Standards:
We need the users, and users have to adopt it

March 2010. “Interconnectivity”, “quality”, “harmonisation of standards” are today’s buzzwords in the worlds of analytics and biomanufacturing process technologies. Oscar-Werner Reif, CSO of Sartorius Stedim offers a global view on harmonisation of standards in liquid handling and biomanufacturing. What is at stake for suppliers beyond implementing in-house quality and standards? What lessons should the bioprocess industry learn from electronics? How might professional organisations acting in different jurisdictions support a global reach of cross-industry initiatives? Where are the current stumble stones?

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