Article | February 14, 2024

A New Reality In Life Sciences

Source: Cytiva

By Dodi Axelson, Head of Communications at Cytiva

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In this article, the author shares their initial doubts about virtual meetings and virtual reality (VR), but their perspective changed after experiencing VR for scientific purposes. They highlight the benefits of VR technology from Cytiva, which provides a realistic and immersive training environment.

Through internal testing, the author and their colleagues were able to collaborate and learn together in the virtual lab, eliminating the need for travel. Despite experiencing some motion sickness, the author emphasizes the value of VR for learning and science, as it allows for experimentation without the need for physical resources. Participants in the test also mentioned the potential of VR for remote knowledge delivery and support during times of change and disruption.

While the author's personal experience with VR has challenged their initial doubts and encouraged them to see the potential of this technology for various applications, readers are encouraged to access the full article below to gain a deeper understanding of their journey and the specific benefits of VR in scientific contexts.

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