New DoE Handbook

Design of Experiments in Protein Production and Purification.

The DoE handbook will guide you in implementing DoE, using UNICORN software as an example, for setting up an efficient experimental plan so you can gain confidence in your results.

Learn more about DoE.

Video Tutorials

  • Master Black Belt

    In these videos, Mattias Ahnfelt explains how DoE systematically covers the investigated process space, resulting in reliable quantification of cause and effect, as well as random process variation.

  • Experimental design

    ( 41 minutes )

  • Evaluation of DoE data

    ( 19 minutes )

  • Going beyond DoE applying Monte Carlo Simulation

    ( 34 minutes )

Get More out of your Experiments with DoE

Design of Experiments (DoE) is a technique for planning and analyzing experiments, allowing the use of a minimum number of experiments, in which you can systematically vary several experimental parameters simultaneously and capturing as much information as possible.

Design of Experiments in Protein Production and Purification

The DoE handbook will guide you in using DoE, using UNICORN software as an example, for setting up an efficient experimental plan so you can gain confidence in your results.

With this handbook, you will learn how to:

  • Use DoE tools to get the most out of your experiments and make reliable conclusions.
  • Use DoE tools for high-quality data analysis to visualize and understand what matters and to what degree.
  • Gain practical insights into DoE, with real-life examples from protein expression and purification that highlight different aspects of experimental planning and execution.

Webinar: Fundamentals of DoE

Topics discussed

  • Design of Experiments as a tool to get the most out of your experiments and increase the reliability of your conclusions.
  • How DoE is used for high-quality data analysis to visualize and understand what matters and to what degree.
  • Practical insights into DoE with real-life examples from protein expression and purification that highlight different aspects of experimental planning and execution.

Webinar Q&As

Watch these 10 min recorded sessions of FAQs on DoE

  • Session 1

    Covers general how-to-questions.

  • Session 2

    Covers method and design questions.

  • Session 3

    Covers questions about models and data evaluation.

Watch the webinar

(available on-demand, registration required)