Webinar: Keeping Healthcare Networks Healthy: A Unique Approach to Stopping Ransomware Attacks Against the Healthcare Industry

"In the 3rd Quarter of 2021 there was a ransomware attack against healthcare facilities every single day of the quarter. The average cost to a healthcare facility to recover from an attack is now pushing $9 million. In this webinar we’ll delve into the anatomy of a ransomware attack, show you how an attacker gains a foothold in your environment, and give you some strategies to lessen the severity of a ransomware attack, or prevent one altogether.

During this session, subject-matter experts will discuss:

* Take a deep dive into the innerworkings of a ransomware attack
* Understand what it means to stop the East/West movement within an network
* Develop a baseline of knowledge on the dangers that legacy systems present to the healthcare industry
* Learn about Akamai’s new approach to software based microsegmentation and how it can put an end to your ransomware concerns"

Webinar: Keeping Healthcare Networks Healthy: A Unique Approach to Stopping Ransomware Attacks Against the Healthcare Industry

"In the third quarter of 2021 there was a ransomware attack against healthcare facilities every single day of the quarter. The average cost to a healthcare facility to recover from an attack is now pushing $9 million. In this webinar we’ll delve into the anatomy of a ransomware attack, show you how an attacker gains a foothold in your environment, and give you some strategies to lessen the severity of a ransomware attack, or prevent one altogether."

Analitica Latin America

São Paulo Expo Rodovia dos Imigrantes, km 1,5, São Paulo

A biennial international exhibition for laboratory technology, analyses, biotechnology, and quality control


Messe München Messegelände, Munich, Bavaria

analytica is a biennial international trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis, and biotechnology hosted in Munich, Germany.

Webinar: Addressing the Laboratory Staffing Crisis—Expert Strategies to Recruit and Retain a Stronger Workforce

"Long before the pandemic, clinical laboratories were understaffed and tasked with an ever-increasing amount of demands as the industry shifted to a value-based care model. Now faced with the uncertainty of COVID-19 surges demanding more of an already strained system, recruiting and retaining staff has become harder than ever. These staffing challenges are due to a complex mix of burnouts, retirements, career changes, lack of qualified personnel, and other economic factors, but one issue remains clear—the clinical laboratory labor shortage has reached critical levels, and labs need to find better strategies to build and retain a stronger workforce. In this webinar, ARUP’s human resources and recruiting experts will discuss industry trends, successful strategies for recruiting the necessary staff to meet increased workloads, and creative tactics to retain and motivate current staff. Our experts will also answer questions from the webinar registrants to provide additional solutions on recruiting and retention."

Webinar: Navigate the technology landscape in predictive genomics: An introduction to key technology concepts and strategies

"Predictive genomics is a powerful capability to help predict disease risk and understand drug response in order to improve health outcomes and manage costs. This presentation will provide an overview of genome-wide sequencing and genotyping strategies for predictive genomics research. We will introduce three key whole-genome technologies: whole genome sequencing (WGS), low-pass sequencing (LPS) and genome-wide AxiomTM microarrays, and discuss how they can be integrated into technology strategies across various applications of predictive genomics research."

Webinar: Infused Products Virtual Conference

"This complimentary virtual conference consists of 4 back-to-back webinars, all on the same day.

In a number of states across the country, edibles, topicals, beverages and other infused products are taking up a larger percentage of the market share. They come in all shapes and sizes- from granola bars to lotions, lubricant and scented candles; manufacturers are infusing a wide variety of products with cannabis, creating a market that meets a larger consumer demographic.

Different states have different rules when it comes to product safety. Some states require ServSafe training and local health inspections, while others have more stringent lab testing rules, require documented GMPs and even a form of certification demonstrating proper food safety protocols.

State regulations shouldn’t be the reason why infused products manufacturers have robust safety and quality standards, consumer safety is. Getting ahead of regulations with proactive safety and quality planning can improve a business’s bottom line tremendously. There are a number of tools and tricks cannabis companies can learn from the food industry to streamline their businesses and gain a bigger chunk of the market share."

Webinar: PFASsive: A Diffusion-Based Passive Sampler

"Per-and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) have emerged as a concern at many sites as they are persistent, bioaccumulative, and have demonstrated toxicity in laboratory animals, therefore it is a critical need to understand their migration pathways and bioavailability for proper delineation and risk characterization. Although there are established grab sampling techniques available for PFAS, these capture the total concentration which may result in an overestimation of risk to human and ecological receptors. Passive sampling in sediment porewater and surface water is an accepted approach to assess bioavailability and risk through the dissolved phase of many known contaminants (i.e., PCBs, PAHs, pesticides, metals etc.). Given their partially water-soluble nature, a diffusion-based passive sampler is a good candidate for quantification of dissolved PFAS. This presentation will highlight both targeted and non-targeted results from in situ field testing of a novel passive sampler, SPFASsive, and compare these results with those obtained from traditional grab sampling."

Webinar: The CIO Perspective: Evaluating AI Solutions for Neuro and Vascular Service Lines

"With AI solutions emerging in all areas of healthcare, health systems are looking for scalable solutions to help improve quality and efficiency. Evaluating AI solutions that drive efficiency and improved patient outcomes can be challenging. In this session, we will take a look at considerations that come into play when selecting AI solutions and review solutions we’ve used to drive impact in Neuro and Vascular service lines."

Webinar: Empower LMS: A perfect match for better data

"From sample transfer to data archiving, managing your chromatographic data through a single, easy-to-use dashboard that provides an integrated approach to your product lifecycle management has never been easier. The Waters™ Empower™ Lab Management System (LMS) will elevate your workflows, increase efficiency, and maximize data durability by reducing manual data entry and errors, automating manual tasks, and reducing data review times so you can increase the overall effectiveness of your lab. Empower LMS enables you to have better access to your data and make better decisions for your lab."

Webinar: Delivering Improved Bioprocessing Workflows: The Manufacturing Science and Technology (MSAT) Service

"Join us as we discuss the new Manufacturing Science and Technology (MSAT) Service offering, created in response to the needs of biopharmaceutical manufacturers for better cell culture media and buffer preparation methods. The MSAT Service focuses on developing user-friendly cell culture media for late-stage development and manufacturing of biologic drug substances and cell and gene therapies when priorities shift from process performance to improving efficiencies and reducing risks. Whether the needs are to reduce cost, save time, improve reliability, or all of the above, the MSAT Service helps identify opportunities for practical improvement of existing solution preparation processes. The MSAT service will provide support and targeted solutions to manufacturers, focusing on simplifying media preparation methods, improving the solubility of powder media, characterizing and troubleshooting the drug substance bill of materials, and introducing new technologies. Case studies will be provided as examples of targeted approaches toward simplifying complex media and buffer preparation methods to more user-friendly and robust methods."

Webinar: LIMS Upgrades – Ask The Experts Panel Discussion

"The time will come in the lifecycle of your LIMS when it’s necessary to think about upgrading. What are the pros and cons of upgrading? At what point do you have to make the decision about whether to upgrade? What goes into an upgrade, and how long will it take?

In one hour, join our panel of LIMS upgrade experts as they share their wisdom to help you through your next LIMS upgrade project, no matter what LIMS you are using. They will take questions from the audience and you will have the opportunity to submit your own questions during registration."

ICKM 2022

Potsdam University of Applied Sciences Kiepenheuerallee 5, Potsdam

An annual international conference on on scientific developments in information technology

Webinar: Best Practices: How to Automate Flow Cytometry for Screening and High Throughput Applications

"High-throughput screening (HTS) is an essential part of the current drug discovery process. It allows for rapid automated testing of large libraries of biological or chemical compounds to assess their effect on a specific biological target. Flow cytometry instruments built with automation in mind can also help actualize the high-throughput potential of an instrument, as analysis demands increase further. Flow cytometers ready for robotic integration and with automation features can simplify operations, save time, and improve lab performance. If you’re starting to think about how automation could accelerate your research, join us for this webinar that will provide a strong foundation of best practices to set you up for automation success."

Webinar: New Tactics for Hiring Traditional and Specialized Clinical Laboratory Roles

"There’s a dire need to fill clinical laboratory and pathology-related roles from only a small pool of correctly qualified individuals in many instances, according to experts. Several causes underlie the current abundance of open and unfilled medical lab and pathology positions, including credentialing questions and unmet needs in emerging skillsets as a result of the healthcare industry’s steps to modernize and digitalize.

For clinical labs and anatomical and clinical pathology group directors looking to fill open, high-demand positions, it may be time to take action beyond just beefing up salaries. A new webinar, brought to you by Dark Daily, will bring constructive strategies for dealing with the labor shortage problem in the lab industry.

The free, 60-minute webinar (with live Q&A) will feature recruiting and hiring experts from Lighthouse Lab Services, a firm that specializes in recruiting, consulting, and lab development and management for both start-up and existing laboratories."

Request for Quote: Water and Soil Testing

Solicitation #: 140R4022Q0048 "Bureau of Reclamation’s Western Colorado Area Offices (WCAO) conducts monitoring of water and soil at its project sites in Colorado and New Mexico as required by and […]

Request for Quote: Soil Sample Lab Analysis

Solicitation #: 140L3122Q0020 The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) – North Central Montana District is seeking a lab to "gather analytical data for approximately 60 (15 surface and 45 subsurface) […]

Webinar: Innovations in Mass Spectrometry

"Join us for our extended webinar to hear about the most recent and innovative developments in the world of mass spectrometry and how they are helping to drive science forward.

Mass spectrometry has become an indispensable tool for many industries, from pharmaceutical and drug development to food and environmental analysis. Constant development and improvements are helping to make the technologies more accessible, easier to use, more sensitive and faster whilst reducing their footprint both physically and environmentally.

This Technology Networks event features exclusive talks focused on the challenges faced by analysts and how new solutions are helping to solve questions and address pain points."

Webinar: Preventing and Managing the Most Likely Lab Accidents

"Laboratory safety begins before a lab accident occurs. The challenge is that the diverse and numerous risks of laboratory work require systematic foresight and planning to manage rapidly changing processes. A lab safety plan protects both the people who work in and around the lab, as well as your work and investment in laboratory samples, equipment, and scientific data. For this reason, effective safety planning is a valuable tool in maintaining a productive workplace.

This presentation will identify key tools and methods that lab managers can use to both prevent and respond to unexpected events in their lab work. Learn how to recognize lab hazards before they create a disaster, and develop a plan that will help you avoid them. Determine the most effective ways to respond to a lab accident—before the accident happens—in order to safeguard the people and science in your lab."

Webinar: Five Reasons to Move Your AP Lab Technology to the Cloud

"You’ll probably never give up your microscope, but there may be very compelling reasons for you to move your lab technology to the Cloud.

Join us for a frank discussion on considerations for using the Cloud to host your AP practice’s or laboratory’s technology infrastructure. In this webinar, we will:

* Review the Software as a Service business model
* Understand the market factors influencing the move to Cloud-based technology
* Dive into the top five business drivers for moving lab technology to the Cloud
* Show how Sunquest is delivering Sunquest PowerPath® in the Cloud"

Webinar: So, You Want to Make Your Laboratory More Sustainable…

"The mission of public health laboratories at its core is positive; produce quality data that can be used for decisions to protect public health. During this pursuit though, public health laboratories make purchasing, behavioral, testing and other decisions every day that can inadvertently impact the public’s health, the environment, and our global community. Join this webinar to learn practical approaches that your laboratory can take to minimize these unintended and indirect impacts."

Webinar: Vendor Neutral Archives (VNAs) – What You Need to Know

"VNAs are no longer a trend, but mainstream. The offer significant benefits for enterprise image management. However, optimal integration between PACS and VNAs has often proven elusive. This presentation will attempt to describe the challenges and opportunities that this integration may involve.


1. Understand the differences between traditional PACS archival models and Vendor Neutral Archives (VNAs).
2. Understand the respective functional requirements of these two models, how they might differ, how they might complement, and how they might potentially conflict.
3. Understand the need to set clear respective requirements in place as part of VNA planning, with clear definitions of the respective roles and responsibilities your institution will expect for these systems."

Webinar: The Evolution of Electronic Case Reporting and Its Impact on Public Health Response

"Join us for an expert-led panel discussion to examine the advantages of electronic case reporting (eCR) and eCR Now FHIR-based application. We will review eCR to understand how it has enabled informed public health surveillance and planning and played a role in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. We will study the implementation of a FHIR app and how it provides a more innovative and sustainable approach to eCR. Finally, we will explore the next evolution of eCR and potential future applications of the technology."


An annual international conference on biomedical, clinical, and other types of informatics Note: This conference has moved online. Confirm the time zone of the start time.

Sources Sought: Dialysate Testing

Solicitation #: 36C26222Q1150 The "Dialysis Unit, part of Division of Nephrology within Department of Medicine at VAGLA is required to collect water and dialysate samples monthly and annually and send […]