A prerequisite of modern life-science R&D is high-quality research data. By enabling reuse of research assets, research becomes considerably more efficient and economical. This can only be achieved reliably and efficiently if these are generated according to standards and Standard-Operating-Procedures. Thus, standards represent important drivers in the life-sciences and technology transfer, because they guarantee that data become accessible, shareable and comparable along the value chain.
To discuss the current challenges in the field of standardisation in the life sciences, the CHARME consortium presents its first conference, with experts from academia, industry and standardisation bodies across Europe. Keynotes will include a presentation on GOBLET.