Ensuring that a centrally-served, browser-accessed LIMS is used to its fullest potential in a multi-site deployment requires a systematic harmonization across all laboratory enterprise sites. This webinar will explore the process for capturing current state workflows and projecting future state improvements and harmonization across distributed locations and work groups.
Forensic science marries a number of diverse disciplines including biological and DNA analysis, trace and chemical analysis of non-organics, pathology, and toxicology. As such, forensic science utilizes a myriad of techniques and equipment in an attempt to collect, preserve, and identify crime-scene evidence. Recently, advances in biotechnology and instrumentation have revolutionized the modern forensics lab, presenting a host of new challenges and opportunities for the forensic scientist. Join Lab Manager’s free educational webinar where our panel of experts will discuss the latest trends and tools in forensic science today.
The Matrix Gemini Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) from Autoscribe Informatics allows QC laboratories in the dairy industry to accurately record, evaluate and trace test results throughout the production process. Matrix Gemini LIMS can be used to automate the logging of samples, expedite the QC tasks, collate and merge all the data and extract management information quickly.
Dotmatics, a leading provider of scientific informatics solutions and services to the life sciences industry, and eMolecules announced today that they have formed a key partnership to offer eMolecules’ comprehensive collection of chemicals within the powerful, fast and flexible Dotmatics Platform.
Common Cents Systems, Inc will be both sponsoring and exhibiting at this year’s annual meeting for the Midwest Association for Toxicology and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (MATT). The meeting is held in St. Louis, MO from April 13-15 and allows members of this regional group to meet and discuss current trends in the industry.
Have you been in this situation?: You just began a new LIMS project and everything appears to be going smoothly. However, as the project continues to move forwar, you start to lose control and it feels like the project has taken on a life of its own.
2016 Edition of the Complete Guide to LIMS & Laboratory Informatics released and ready for download.
Our LiMSforum group has just posted the 2016 Edition of the Complete Guide to LIMS & Laboratory Informatics. The guide has increased to 43 key LIMS vendors with published software prices and a collection of product demonstrations and over 200 other LIMS, LIS, ELN & SDMS vendors. You will want to login and access the system on-line since many of the product demonstrations are on-line videos. There is a free ebook download available as well to members of this group.Please download your own copy or you can login with your Linkedin account and read the book directly on-line:http://www.limsbook.com/the-complete-guide-to-lims-laboratory-informatics-2016-edition/
The CEM event brings together the International emissions monitoring community to network, trade ideas and discuss technology, methods, applications, legislation and standardisation relevant to all atmospheric pollutants which include particulates, SO2, NOx VOC, trace elements and greenhouse gases.
This Conference will gather researchers, academics and industry professionals working in High-Content Screening to explore the latest advances and emerging technologies in the field. Hot topics include novel organisms, novel markers, new essays, novel microscopy techniques, image analysis and statistics.
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