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Cognition News | NAVIGATE

What Will You Hear from Cognition at NAVIGATE2019?

By: Alex Critch
August 20th, 2019

Attendees at NAVIGATE2019 get the opportunity to peek underneath the hood of Cognition and see a bit of our inner workings. This is an important aspect of why we hold these user conferences, as it promotes transparency and fosters a collaborative method of serving our customers. To that end, we have a handful of exciting presentations lined up for this year’s user conference that will be enlightening for all in attendance.

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Why Come to NAVIGATE2019?

By: Alex Critch
August 13th, 2019

It’s conference season again, which means only one thing: NAVIGATE2019 is upon us!

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NAVIGATE2019: An Early Preview of Key Talks and Presentations

By: Alex Critch
August 6th, 2019

NAVIGATE2019 is coming up September 5-6 at the Marriott Long Wharf Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. We’re excited for the incredible lineup of talks and presentations this year, and we hope you’ll join us. If you’re curious about what you’ll see and learn about this year, then you’re in luck! Here’s a preview of just a few of this year’s presentations.

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Cognition News | NAVIGATE

8 Reasons to Attend NAVIGATE2019

By: Alex Critch
July 2nd, 2019

Cognition is again hosting our annual user conference, NAVIGATE2019, September 5-6 at the Marriott Long Wharf Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. This two-day conference brings attendees and speakers from across life science industries to talk about the latest industry topics, successes and challenges, and the latest happening with Cognition and its products and services.

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Events | Cognition News

5 Takeaways from the 2019 INCOSE Healthcare Conference

By: Larry Nicholson
May 16th, 2019

After participating in and sponsoring the INCOSE Healthcare Working Group’s 5th Annual Systems Engineering (SE) in Healthcare Conference, we wanted to take some time on our blog to reflect on our experience, as well as share some of the things we learned.

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6 Must-See Talks at the 2019 INCOSE Healthcare Conference

By: Alex Critch
April 25th, 2019

The 2019 INCOSE Systems Engineering (SE) in Healthcare Conference is quickly approaching, and Cognition is excited to be there this year. The conference is set to be two days of informative talks, networking, and fun for all in attendance. The INCOSE Healthcare Working Group recently released the tentative conference program, and here we’re highlighting six talks for attendees.

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Events | Cognition News

You’re Invited to the 2019 INCOSE Healthcare Working Group Conference

By: Alex Critch
February 26th, 2019

The 5th Annual Systems Engineering in Healthcare Conference is set for this spring, and Cognition will be in attendance. We encourage you to join us May 1-2, 2019 for a couple of days of informative talks, panels, discussions, and networking.

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Cognition Hosts NAVIGATE2018

By: Alex Critch
September 27th, 2018

  September 20-21, Cognition hosted our user conference—NAVIGATE2018—at the Long Wharf Marriott Hotel in Boston. This year was packed to the brim with great talks, discussions, and opportunities to network. Read on to catch some highlights from this year’s conference.

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Process Validation in Life Sciences is Important—Here are 3 Reasons Why

By: Nick Schofield
August 30th, 2018

It can sometimes seem, in life science product development, that everything needs to be validated. From the design of your product to the computer systems you utilize in your design controls and risk management activities, regulatory bodies ask for validation. And processes have no exception from validation requirements.

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