2020 ROADMAP for DIGITAL CONVERGENCE: Transforming scientific information into actionable insight.The Paperless Lab Academy is the ideal learning platform, for those considering consolidating, integrating and simplifying laboratory data management systems. The PLA is recognized by Gartner as one of the best European Lab Automation events!
Ocean Systems Laboratory, Inc. seeks proposals for LIMS system for laboratories located on St. Thomas and St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands. On location training is a requirement. A requirements document has been prepared for use by vendors in preparing proposal.
The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago is seeking to upgrade the current Sample Manager LIMS from version SM 10.2 to SM 11.2 in order to increase functionality, accuracy, efficiency, and reduce Monitoring and Research (M&R) reliance on Information Technology support.
The purpose of this notice is to obtain information, for planning purposes, regarding answers to questions the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Office of Federal Lands Highway (FLH) has related to commercially available off the shelf (COTS) Solutions for Laboratory Information Management System.
Request for Information (RFI) - The U. S. Geological Survey is conducting market research to determine whether the commercial market is capable of providing comprehensive data management capabilities for discrete water information, including but not limited to water-chemistry data, biological-assessment data, water-use data, and location or site metadata. The purpose of this RFI is to obtain market research information from the business community to assist the government in determining how to proceed with replacing the aging software systems that currently house our water-chemistry and biological-assessment data.
A LIMS is a great and almost necessary tool in any modern day environmental laboratory, whether commercial, state or municipal. In a highly regulated community, the LIMS, like everything else in the laboratory, must evolve. Some evolutions are complex, however, 99% of them are very simple and in many ways, mostly a matter of proper record keeping.
I recently read, or I should say reread, an article written by Douglas Perry for the American Chemical Society in Today’s Chemist at Work titled “LIMS in the academic world” (https://pubs.acs.org/subscribe/archive/tcaw/11/i01/html/01comp.html). The article was published in January of 2002. Almost exactly fifteen years later, most of the well discussed points are still valid. LIMS has not truly found a home in academic settings despite the fact it is rare to see an operating commercial laboratory in any business sector without some sort of LIMS in place today.
Strong project management is very important to the success of a laboratory informatics system deployment, but even the most experienced IT project managers can overlook tasks that are specific to laboratory informatics systems.
Autoscribe Informatics has launched the Matrix Gemini Field Analytics System to extend the use of the LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System) to the field. Further enhancing remote access capabilities for Matrix Gemini, the new Field Analytics System allows test data to be recorded off-line and uploaded to the LIMS when an internet connection can be re-established.
Autoscribe Informatics is launching its web portal for the Matrix Gemini LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System) at PITTCON 2017. This allows third parties who do not use Matrix Gemini directly, but have a legitimate need to access relevant data, to be able to view and download reports and metrics produced in Matrix Gemini.
To assist businesses with R&D and accessing resources available in federal labs, the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC) launched FLC Business—a free next-generation search tool for federal laboratory resources.
Life science researchers working across many applications can now benefit from the first-ever web-based pipetting application, developed to enable seamless connectivity with electronic pipettes for optimized performance and safe, efficient and rapid sharing of protocols.
The Pharmaceutical Traceability Forum is now part of Pharma Logistics Week bringing all aspects of the pharmaceutical supply chain under one roof. The forum will take place on May 22nd to May 24th, 2017 in Coronado, California.At the Pharmaceutical Traceability Forum top minds in the pharmaceutical industry will meet to discuss the upcoming November 27th regulations, which span over every phase of the manufacturing process.
Ensuring timely distribution and formulating key forecasting methods to avoid clinical trial disruptions. We have gathered the sharpest minds from Eli Lilly, Sunovion Pharmaceuticals, Anthera, Genentech, and many more to optimize inventory processes, package and labeling, multi-vendor management, and new forecasting ideas that demonstrate safety, efficacy, and dosage in your clinical trial supply chain at the: Clinical Trial Supply Logistics & Temperature Management Forum
Welcome back to the premier industry event on global serialization regulations & guidelines! With the guideline in the serialization process underway and approaching, it appears as though there are two different categories that pharmaceutical companies currently fall into: those who have and those who have not. While the industry is well aware of the regulatory deadlines in both the United States and across the globe, there are still matters to be clarified. But what exactly is not clear? One of the biggest concerns is the deployment process and how this will affect current and future products. The Pharmaceutical Traceability Forum will conduct various conversations focusing on the complexities associated with integrating a serialization process at your organization, as well as the possible solution for the impeding issues. Participate in the conversation!
Join the One-Stop-Shop for the Entire Supply Chain at the only event where four in-depth programs are brought together under one roof: Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum – Spring, Clinical Trial Supply & Logistics, Pharmaceutical Traceability Forum, and the Pharmaceutical Packaging & Labeling Forum. Create your own agenda from the various sessions from ANY program and expand the conversation.
Pharma Logistics Week presents the 3rd Pharmaceutical Packaging and Labeling Forum, taking place May 22-24, 2017 in San Diego, CA! This event will gather keen-minded speakers and sponsors who will be sharing the most advanced theories to ensure patient safety, comply on a global scale, offer a new level of supply chain security, and more.
The world’s largest event for temperature-controlled life science supply chains is heating up the cold chain in California for the first ever West Coast iteration in San Diego this Spring. Join us and leading experts from big & small pharma, biotechs, academia, and consortiums to collaborate with all supply chain partners, bridge the gap between clinical and commercial supply chains, remove costly product loss and much more. The future of pharmaceutical cold chain logistics is happening now. Play a part in the progression with us and help design a future-proof temperature controlled supply chain.
PEGS Summit will return to Boston May 1-5, 2017 for another inspiring weeklong event providing an exclusive platform for collaboration and discussion amongst a variety of academic and industry perspectives. Network with world-class experts from pharma, academia, and government to share information, case studies, and best practices covering a vast area of biologic drug development and hear in-depth presentations on protein and antibody engineering, immunotherapy, oncology, expression, analytical, immunogenicity, and therapeutics.
Cambridge Healthtech Institute's 12th Annual Drug Discovery Chemistry is a dynamic conference for medicinal chemists working in pharma and biotech. Focused on discovery and optimization challenges of small molecule drug candidates, this event provides many exciting opportunities for scientists to create a unique program to hear presentations most suited to one's personal interests by going back and forth among concurrent meeting tracks.
Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Eighth Annual Biotherapeutics Analytical Summit has grown from strength to strength year over year, covering a wide variety of product characterization topics ranging from post-translational modifications to bioassays, from process change to compliance, from developability to biosimilarity.
Following the success of the inaugural Cancer Biotherapeutics conference in London, the the Immuno-Oncology Summit Europe 2017, to be held 20-24 March in the heart of London’s Canary Wharf Business District. With an expanded three-track program, attendees can now experience a full week of cutting-edge science and discussion.
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