Many research and development centers increasingly generate and process massive amounts of data. As such, because of the volume and processing of data, in addition to the advancement of technology, laboratories need to upgrade their laboratory management and technology strategies to improve operations and minimize costs. Within regulated labs, there has been a significant emphasis on data protection in recent years. Many of the control systems put in place to ensure safety or minimize concerns, however, are not real-time. [Read More]
Data integrity refers to the overall completeness, accuracy and consistency of data during its entire life cycle. Though seems simple, the whole process of genuinely generating, maintaining & transforming data with completeness and accuracy is a challenging task for any organization. This white paper discusses the issues faced by organizations in achieving data integrity and briefly describes how and what technology can be effectively used to achieve better data integrity. [Read More]
Agilent Technologies Inc. announces that it is collaborating with METTLER TOLEDO to address one of the biggest concerns in any laboratory—error-prone sample preparation. This integrated solution allows the automatic and seamless transfer of weighing results and the associated metadata from METTLER TOLEDO LabX™ Balance software to Agilent OpenLab software. [Read More]
LIMS Wizards, LLC, a global scientific software solutions provider, announces the launch of version 3.0 of SampleVision. The latest version offers full regulatory compliance for life sciences customers via audit trail and electronic signatures as well as cutting-edge features like geolocation services, dashboards, configurable reports, image capture and barcoding. [Read More]
Melanitis et al. present a materials informatics approach applied by the Hellenic Naval Academy in this 2021 paper published in MATEC Web of Conferences. Their approach resulted in NAVMAT, developed "by integrating materials engineering and informatics under a platform of knowledge management." After providing some background on the topic of materials informatics and the management of research information associated with it, the authors describe their system architecture and key features, along with its potential applications. They conclude by providing six expected outcomes associated with the platform, adding that NAVMAT "aims to optimize naval materials failure analysis management and support decision making in maintenance and repair operations (MRO), materials supply management, and staff training."
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