OnQ Software, a market leading manufacturer of LIMS has today announced an exciting new partnership with NEOTECH Suppliers PVT LIMITED. The agreement involves the distribution of OnQ Software’s QLIMS into the Gulf Area and Pakistan market to further expand its European presence.
Abbott Informatics is pleased to announce the release of STARLIMS SDMS (Scientific Data Management System) V12.2. In addition to being available as part of the Abbott Informatics STARLIMS integrated solution, it is now available as a standalone product to help clients achieve compliance with the data integrity expectations of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as well as other regulatory authorities.
Kalleid was pleased to be an exhibitor at the 2021 SLAS International Conference and Exhibition on January 25th-27th. Since its inception in 2010, SLAS (Society for Laboratory Automation Screening) has become the premier international community dedicated to advancing life sciences research, drug discovery, and laboratory technology through education, knowledge exchange, and global community building.
Three new variants in the constantly-evolving SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus have become a cause for concern among health officials worldwide. Although probably not more lethal than existing strains, higher transmissibility rates have stressed public health systems in the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil. Three of the authorized SARS-CoV-2...
As the demand for COVID-19 testing has increased, Sunquest has enhanced our industry-leading physician portal offering with the capability to process pooled tests – not just for COVID-19 but for any test that allows for pooling.
Last year’s elections saw voters in five states approve broader legalization of marijuana and cannabis products. That momentum will continue in 2021 as those states implement the new laws and several more states head down the path to legalization. Testing labs have the resources needed to support their states’ growing cannabis industries...
CSols is now offering a robust suite of customizable validation templates to help guide you in your CSV efforts. The current templates available are IQ Protocol, OQ Protocol, PQ Protocol, Validation Plan, and Validation Summary Report. Additional forms to follow.
Autoscribe Informatics is pleased to release a new LIMS case study in conjunction with North America’s leading flour supplier and grain innovator, Ardent Mills. The Matrix Gemini Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) took just 6 months to implement and is now being used across the three laboratories in its Denver-based Innovation Center.
In this brief journal article published in Data Intelligence, Weigel et al. make their case for improving data object findability in order to benefit data and workflow management procedures for researchers. They argue that even with findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable (FAIR) principles getting more attention, findability is the the starting point before anything else can be done, and that "support at the data infrastructure level for better automation of the processes dealing with data and workflows" is required. They succinctly describe the essential requirements for automating those processes, and then provide the basic building blocks that make up a potential solution, including—in the long-term—the application of machine learning. They conclude that adding automation to improve findability means that "researchers producing data can spend less time on data management and documentation, researchers reusing data and workflows will have access to metadata on a wider range of objects, and research administrators and funders may benefit from deeper insight into the impact of data-generating workflows."
This is an advanced University of Adelaide-created course that is released on the edX platform, and is part of a university MicroMasters Program. The scheduled 10-week course is designed to help learners to better "apply computational thinking in data science" using tools such as "mathematical representations, probabilistic and statistical models, dimension reduction and Bayesian models." The course is free; a certificate of completion costs $249. The course requires on average eight to 10 hours a week of effort. Access to the class is on-demand.