LIMSfinder is working to develop a comprehensive LIMS Buyer's Guide that will be kept up to date in as close to real time as possible. The LIMS Customer Satisfaction Survey is the first in a series to help LIMS consumers find companies and products that fit their needs and to help LIMS companies know better how to serve that customer base. We do not charge for this service and the results of these surveys are free and open to all who participate in the surveys.
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The LIMS Customer Satisfaction survey is a mechanism to make your voice heard and to make an impact for the better. You have nothing to lose and knowledge to gain. Survey participants will receive the detailed survey report free of charge.
I have found a pretty cool tool to extract your Outlook Emails to individual PDF files in bulk. If you are like me you have thousands of emails in Outlook and need a way to extract those emails to a common format for archiving or sharing.
Atlanta, GA - July 17, 2006 – The Laboratory Informatics Institute was established on June 19, 2006. This new organization has been created as a laboratory industry trade association for the education, standardization and promotion of the functional and professional areas of Laboratory Informatics.
Bill Purves is in his third decade of providing metal analysis courses for the PACS short course program. Mr. Purves is a highly rated instructor. In just a few days you will obtain practical information to improve your on-the-job performance. Upcoming PACS short courses on metal analysis in 2006 are listed below. The 2007 schedule will be available in September.
Antek HealthWare, LLC developer of both LabDAQ, the nation’s most widely used Laboratory Information System (LIS), as well as DAQbilling, its innovative practice management system/medical billing software, is pleased to announce the opening of its online supply store.
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory have discovered new ways that ions interact with mineral surfaces in water, opening a door to new knowledge on how contaminants travel in the environment. The insight, published in today's issue of Physical Review Letters, leads to a better understanding of the factors that determine water quality.
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