Digitalization Vol. 5: How to Green & Digitalize Your Lab

Digitalization Vol. 5: How to Green & Digitalize Your Lab
Date & Time
Tuesday, March 22, 2022, 5:00 PM - 5:45 PM
(UTC+01:00) Berlin, Bern

Digitalization has entered our lives and become an essential building block in many situations. Whereas office tasks are mainly transformed and – thanks to digitalization – our working locations are not limited to the office anymore, tasks in the lab are still in the early stage of digitalization. More and more we get used to electronic lab journals, the digital management of our samples, chemicals, and consumables, to benefit from connected devices.

Lab 4.0 is on the rise – and with it the promise for more efficiency, less resource consumption, and more sustainability. But is it that simple?

In this webinar you will discover the advantages and challenges of both trends. You will gain insights on HOW to build a digitalized and sustainable laboratory so that you can use the best of both worlds.

Send us your questions ahead to be answered live:



Jan-Hendrik Bebermeier, Global Marketing Manager, Sustainability, Eppendorf SE
Jan studied Biology in Hamburg and earned his degree in Molecular Biology. He continued his research with a PhD at Medical University of Luebeck (Germany) in an interdisciplinary team for gender development based on genome-wide gene expression profiling. Since 2005, he works at Eppendorf SE in different positions and responsible for different product groups and topics. His currrent position: Global Marketing Manager for Cold Storage (ULT freezer, SafeCode, sample management systems) and sustainability (incl. ergonomics).


Ann-Claire Foetsch, Global Marketing Manager, Digitalization, Eppendorf SE
Ann-Claire holds a degree in Int. Business Administration and gained many years of experience in the medical industry. In her current position as Global Marketing Manager at Eppendorf SE, she is responsible for building partnerships and managing the going-to-market activities for Eppendorf Digital Lab Solutions. She believes that digitalization will become central to every interaction and is striving to support scientists on their digital transformation journey.

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