Looking to analytical packages that can be leveraged across a wide variety of systems Sean
Replacing a legacy LIMS system is no small matter Ray Stonecipher Owing to ongoing global consolidation, stricter regulatory environments and maturity of Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) technology, companies are opting to replace their existing legacy systems with leading commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) LIMS solutions
Feeds are popular for their ability to distribute meta-data about a site, as well as for privacy John R. Joyce, Ph.D. RSS is an XML-based format that allows the syndication of a site's content over the Internet. Possible applications range from the syndication of news headlines to Blog updates.
Finding the real truth Robert Pavlis In its short history, the LIMS industry has seen more than a few myths come and go. Most of the time, they are the result of misconceptions that are based on misunderstanding. Unfortunately, a laboratory that accepts these myths as fact may be missing out on an opportunity to make
As life sciences companies look to develop enterprise-wide collaborative frameworks for their research and development efforts, they are increasingly turning to Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs) to be the central aggregator of scientific knowledge
Differentiating is not always easy Randy C. Hice One of the most elusive issues in the world of LIMS is the definition of customization. Depending on your viewpoint the two may seem, at times, interchangeable. This is a critical term for those purchasing, upgrading and updating LIMS. It is a frustrating task for vendors as well.
A Review of the Chicago Pittcon Conference Randy C. Hice My thin cotton long sleeve shirt stood out in the 40-mile-per-hour Chicago wind like a failed laundry starch experiment. As I chatted on my cell phone, Chicagoans standing next to me in down parkas ignored me like any other street crazy.
Benefits in a LIMS environment David Shin, M.D. Service-oriented architectures (SOAs) have emerged as a new way of thinking about enterprise application development and integration challenges in the information technology (IT) industry. This type of architecture is well-suited to laboratory information management system
Integration of a new chemical and biological data management system Andrew English, D.Phil.; Simon Saubern, Ph.D. Data management of chemical and biological information is a huge challenge for research organizations.
The analySIS extension, trackIT!, is a software solution for analyzing object motion and migration. Users have numerous functions for visualizing and graphically displaying the objects being tracked. trackIT! offers
Smart Sounds, a new, enhanced customer-driven software, has been developed for use with High-Resolution Ultrasonic Spectrometers (HR-US). This spectroscopy software has been designed to enrich and simplify user experience.
Streamline Direct is designed to improve the ease and economy of protein capture and scale up of biopharmaceutical separation processes. Manufacturers of monoclonal antibodies and recombinant proteins
xPharm is a new, fully interactive database of pharmacology information that links detailed information on molecular targets, agents, related disorders, and the principles that govern their interactions.
The S1000 Spectrawave visible spectrophotometer employs diode array optics to give instantaneous scanning. The optical system contains no moving parts, which ensures a maintenance-free life.