Victoria Police (Australia) is inviting Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the supply of a Forensic Laboratory Information Management System (FIMS)
Washington State Department of Ecology
The Washington State Department of Ecology is requesting information for a new LIMS for use in their environmental laboratory.
Programming project to transfer data from analytical instruments to LIMS
State of Oklahoma – Bureau of Investigation – LIMS RFP
The purchase a new Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) to manage the data associated with and produced by the City of Scottsdale Water Quality Laboratory. Proposals are due on 1/25/2007 4:30PM Local Time.
Florida Department of Agriculture has issued an RFP / rebid for a new department wide LIMS. FL Ag currently has the Labworks LIMS and Applied Bio LIMS and wish to solicit bids for one integrated solution. A Link is provided to download the RFP.
The National Health Laboratory Service, South Africa
In the process of looking for a metallurical lims. Must work with Oracle. Currently our servers are linux and client/workstations are windows.
City Of Columbus, Ohio – Department of Public Utilities
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS RECEIPT OF PROPOSALS: Sealed Proposals will be received at the office of the Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District, hereafter “OWNER”, located at 8215 South 1300 West, West Jordan, Utah 84088, until 2:00 pm., on Tuesday, January 17, 2006, for the project entitled “Supply and Installation of Laboratory Information Management System”.
The purpose of this Invitation to Negotiate (ITN) is to implement a Laboratory Information Management System and related modules, perform data conversion, and provide training, ongoing assistance, and software support for the Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Laboratories (BOL).
With multi-functionality required, covering 105 applications, and with 12 functional areas of the laboratory and around 500,000 tests conducted per year, Richard Strub, Head of Scientific Support at the Pacific Environmental Science Centre (PESC) describes the migration of 25 years of database programming within 117 days
The first stage of the microprocessor revolution brought computing power down to the desk-top, giving small, mine-site laboratories with limited resources the ability to capture, manipu-late, analyze, store and retrieve their data electronically. The revolution that began thirty years ago with a small sliver of silicon continues today; unabated, but changed in focus. While the first two decades introduced stand-alone machines running in isolation, recent rapid advances in networking technologies, and the dramatic rise of the Internet, have com-bined to give users the unprecedented ability to share data with others inside the lab, through-out the mine and around the world with equal ease.
This paper outlines the benefits derived from integrating the lab and mine data management system. It looks at the methodologies needed to make it work and the pitfalls to be avoided along the way.
Whatever your preference in toiletries and pharmaceutical goods its odds on that your bathroom, and probably your kitchen too, is currently playing host to a range of products manufactured in Nottingham or Airdrie by Boots Contract Manufacturing Ltd (BCM).
StarLIMS plays key role in integrating diverse laboratory operations into single system