Academy webinars program

The journey to a digitally transformed laboratory

[September Tuesday 14th - 15:00 CEST] 

The Paperless Lab Academy® is glad to propose under the Academy Webinar Program umbrella, a presentation from Thermo Fisher  Scientific  about how to develop a realistic strategy for your digital projects.


C Mueller Thermo Fisher Webinar

Dr. Christian Mueller, Director, Service and Support – EMEA for Thermo Fisher Scientific

Dr. Christian Mueller joined Thermo Fisher Scientific in 1998 and has since held various responsibilities within the Digital Science business unit as a project manager and a services manager for the Germany region. In 2020, Christian was promoted to the Director, Service and Support, for the EMEA region. Prior to joining Thermo Fisher Scientific, Christian was working as a laboratory lead for an environmental laboratory.  Christian is a chemist with a doctorate in his profession.


Across all scientific industries, organizations are looking at their digital transformation journey and trying to map out the key strategies to achieving a fully digitally enabled laboratory. The key to creating and implementing a digital strategy is determining where efficiencies can be made and where technologies can provide a competitive edge.

Looking at the most recent technological advancements, and those yet to come, organizations need to understand where they are in their digital transformation journey and how they can continue to move forward. Organizations are looking to implement more effective instrument connectivity, advanced software that can streamline processes, and tools and techniques to increase data efficiency.

Whether you are just starting to implement a strategy or are almost a fully digital laboratory, it is important to look at your current data infrastructure and your laboratory needs to develop a realistic strategy. With expertise in integration, data visualization, services and software, Thermo Fisher Scientific can help. Join the upcoming webinar to learn how to build a strategy that makes sense for your laboratory.


  • A pragmatic approach to driving digital transformation
  • The value of a fully connected ecosystem and how to achieve this in your laboratory
  • The importance of embracing technological advancements
  • How to choose the right technology, tools, and techniques to drive efficiency and increase productivity amongst your processes and workflows 


  • Laboratory management
  • Laboratory personnel
  • Laboratory IT specialists
  • Data scientists


One hour free Online presentation includes Q&A session with the presenter/s
Access to the recorded session for the registrees

thermo fisher scientific at paperless lab academyThermo Fisher Scientific is the world leader in serving science. Customers worldwide trust our tools and solutions to help them accelerate innovation and enhance productivity.
Together, we are making advancements that make a real difference. We do that by providing an unmatched combination of innovative technologies, purchasing convenience, and comprehensive support through product and service brands that include Thermo Scientific, Applied Biosystems, Invitrogen, Fisher Scientific, Unity Lab Services, Patheon, Acros, Alfa Aesar, Basix, Fisher Bioreagents, Fisherbrand, Fisher Chemical, Fisher Healthcare, Fisher Science Education, Gibco, Ion Torrent, Maybridge and One Lambda.
The Digital Science division delivers market-leading laboratory and data management solutions. These solutions help customers advance science, become more efficient, and improve their bottom lines. Our offerings shape the lab of the future, by accelerating innovation and driving productivity. In short, it's our goal to make labs work the way laypeople think they do-- with cloud-connected, instantaneous information, available seamlessly to scientists across the lab. Digital Science offerings either work together organically on a common platform (Platform for Science) or can be integrated to unite information created by disparate instruments and systems, so data and the labs can always be connected.