A context to analyze and measure performance of LIMS in order to ensure maximum and ongoing benefit Gordon Logan Ph.D. and Simon Wood Ph.D. LIMS cross a number of business and laboratory boundaries needing to grow and to adapt constantly to change as scientific innovation and instrumentation systems progress. In addition, LIMS are specifically coupled to an expansion in data processing, knowledge management and
As you may recall, for the past two years, I've presented you with gift suggestions for the holidays. Always wanting to honor hallowed traditions, I find myself back with more suggestions for those too cloistered in the laboratory to be aware of the great gifts currently available.
Web services have the potential to provide a standard mechanism for LIMS to work with instrument systems David Shin, M.D., Richard Wagner and Jo Webber Ph.D. In recent years, major vendors including Microsoft, IBM and SUN have focused attention on service-based architectures, such as Web Services. Products that expose Web Services via an n-tier architecture offer numerous advantages to the LIMS customer in terms of legacy compatibility, systems integration and scalability.
One of the most sophisticated mathematical programs around just got more sophisticated. It is faster, smarter, able to handle more types of problems with more advanced algorithms, and able to offer more publishing options than ever before. While many users may think of Mathematica as just a math package, the developers like to think of it as a technical computing system.
Is transitioning worthwhile? Rob Meyer Imagine you're visiting a car show and see your dream car. It's energy efficient and environmentally-friendly, with that sleek Euro-style you like.
Measurement systems for noise, vibration, and harshness Bill Weaver, Ph.D. This past spring, my father traded up to a twin-engine motor yacht. As with most used vehicles, engine trouble usually comes with the territory.
National Instruments has established with Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) a virtual instrumentation lab in the department of electronics science and engineering at HUST in Wuhan, China.
Thermo Electron has acquired Laboratory Management Systems, Inc. (LMSi) of New Castle, Delaware. LMSi is a supplier of regulatory instrument and consulting services to the pharmaceutical and related industries, and generated revenues of $11 million during its 2003 fiscal year.
Following its reorganization, the Bayer Group intends to maintain its focus on its core businesses and, in the future, concentrate on health care, nutrition and innovative materials. For this reason, Bayer Chemicals (excluding H.C.
Tripos announced a collaboration with Critical Therapeutics, Inc. (CTI), a privately held biopharmaceutical company discovering and developing therapies for critical-care medicine.
A list of Premium Technology Providers was released by the Audit Repository Center. ARC is a clearing-house for standardized industry evaluations of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software and hardware products used by firms engaged in FDA-regulated industries.
Media Cybernetics announced a new collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution's Center for Material Research and Education (SCMRE).
LION bioscience and DeltaSoft, Inc. announced a multiyear preferred reseller agreement for LION to distribute DeltaSoft's products as well as a collaboration to develop new solutions that integrate public and proprietary data repositories and workflows across bioinformatics and cheminformatics.
NEC Solutions (America), Inc. and Lenel Systems International, Inc. have signed a joint agreement designed to increase the availability of computer servers supporting many of the United States' public and private security systems.