Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at 2:00pm EDTNow that you have used your ELN for some time and have gained more experience, it is a good time to take a step back, set some new goals, and analyze how your current ELN can be enhanced and expanded to meet those goals. Now is the time to start thinking about what’s next!
24 mars à 14.00 heures HAE Maintenant que vous avez acquis une certaine expérience avec votre ELN, c’est peut-être le moment de prendre du recul pour fixer de nouveaux objectifs, comme analyser la façon dont votre système actuel peut être amélioré et étendu à d’autres fonctionnalités pour un meilleur rendement.
The SLAS Conference on Compound Management in Industry and Academia will assemble key individuals who share the aims of providing their organizations the right compound at the right time and in the best possible quality, to allow the generation of meaningful screening, pharmacological, toxicological or ADME profiling data.
The high demand for low-cost sequencing has driven the development of high-throughput sequencing, which is also termed as Next generation sequencing (NGS). Thousands or millions of sequences are concurrently produced in the next-generation sequencing process. Next generation sequencing has become a commodity. With the commercialization of various affordable desktop sequencers, NGS will be of reach to more traditional wet-lab biologists .
Drawing from the obvious goodwill and community spirit displayed on discussion forums, and exploiting the collaborative tools made available by the Wikimedia foundation, this free ebook: http://www.limsbook.com/an-introduction-to-next-generation-sequencing/1844/ is designed to initiate the editing of a collaborative WikiBook on NGS. Ultimately, our goal is to create a collective lab book that explains the key concepts and describes best practices in NGS.
Please download the free ebook or login with your Linkedin account and read it on-line. Please post back comments for improvements.
Many laboratories face this same issue. A dated, legacy LIMS exist. It lacks needed capabilities. It cannot be remotely accessed. No client portal exists. It does not integrate with all of the newer instruments. It cannot produce new, needed reports. It cannot effectively update QC reports. Its query functions are extremely limited. It is failing under the higher workload. It cannot operate on the “new” computers. Yet, it, that old LIMS, is vital to the day to day operation of the laboratory. “If we could just get by this one more year… We’ll replace it next year!” And that has been said for five years straight.
If you have a paper-based CSMS you may be facing challenges such as: issues with routing paper, difficulty keeping track of inventory, compliance issues that have been noted by your organization based upon your paper system, and more. It’s time to look to a new electronic Clinical Supplies Management System and to learn the most important Dos and Don’ts when it comes to implementing and validating this system.
PENNSYLVANIA LABORATORY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYS Description: The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (Commonwealth) is seeking an Offeror to provide maintenance, support and continued development of the Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS).
Pharmaceutical QA/QC, oil and gas, chemical, water and environmental, food safety and contract laboratories can now offer always-on mobile connectivity to their Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) software, providing access to data and insights for decision-making wherever and whenever they need it.
AAIPharma Services Corp. / Cambridge Major Laboratories, Inc., has expanded its IDBS E‑WorkBook platform across analytical laboratories in the United States and will be incorporating its Netherlands facility in the coming months, to support further company growth.
Rural Sourcing Inc. (RSI), the leading provider of US-based IT outsourcing services and software solutions, today unveiled a powerful new tool that automates LIMS configuration to help pharmaceutical labs run more accurately and efficiently.
Speaking at HIMSS’16, FairWarning, Inc.’s CEO, Kurt J. Long, called on care providers to secure and protect their applications that hold the “crown jewels” of their patient information, citing that HIPAA compliance is not enough to protect patient health information and curtail data breaches.
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