Jerry Fireman, President, Structured Information PerkinElmer's LABWORKS LIMS is used in a wide variety of industries. Although the following case study is not pharma specific, the users involved encounter many of the same challenges.
Joe Peden, Senior Director, Marketing and Product Management, InnaPhase Corp. "At last someone has done it![before I retire]" was a comment made by a LIMS consultant after reviewing the new Newton LIMS solution from InnaPhase Corporation at 2003 Pittsburgh Conference in Orlando, FL.
New Palm and Pocket PC utilities useful in the laboratory Antony Williams, Ph.D. While there are many forms of computer which can be found in your hand, or on your lap, certainly the most prevalent forms of handheld computer are the Personal Digital Assistant (PDAs based on the Palm operating system) and, increasingly, the Pocket PC.
The best interface is the one you never see Robert Pavlis Someone once told me that you could tell how good an ice cream was by reading the list of ingredients. The fewer the number of ingredients, the better the ice cream
Day in the Life of Industry It is early in the morning at a heavy metals processing plant, and the shift supervisor has just been alerted that the automated robotics system has reported a failed result.
LabWare LIMS 5 Includes Full-Featured Stability Study Module LabWare LIMS includes a seamlessly integrated Stability Management module that provides comprehensive features for the creation and full lifecycle management of stability studies.
Dr. Jo Webber, CEO & President, InnaPhase Corporation Jo Webber, Ph.D., CEO & President, InnaPhase Corp. When Jo Webber was appointed Chief Executive Officer and President of InnaPhase Corporation last October, she had a clear vision in mind for the organization, to become the world's leading LIMS supplier.
Seamless solutions for beaming results from plates, gels and arrays While many automation solution providers have done a fine job at developing creative solutions, few have ever addressed a key aspect of data management: sample traceability.
A MINITAB designed experiment identifies how to improve the performance of a NASCAR Winston Cup race car in the least time and at the lowest cost Scott Kowalski, Ph.D., Drew Landman, Ph.D.
Conducting polymers enable new sensors Bill Weaver, Ph.D. In general, sweeping generalizations are bad things. However, the hallmark of a good scientist is the ability to extract common generalities from a large collection of items that appear to be different.
Confucius once said "To know that we know what we know, and that we do not know what we do not know, that is true knowledge." Little did he know how well that statement reflects research and development in today's pharmaceutical and biotechnology organizations. These companies are drowning in a sea of data
High-speed wireless data transmission technology Bill Weaver, Ph.D. A colleague recently stepped into my office to tell me how happy he was with the new wireless network he bought for his home. Putting on my best Cliff Claven impersonation, I asked, "So, you bought one of them Wi-Fi IEEE 802.
There are many situations where running a cable directly to a PC can be cumbersome Thomas Lutz Most laboratory instruments (balances, electrochemistry meters, moisture analyzers, spectrometers) come with a standard RS232 serial interface so you can connect the instrument directly to a serial port on a PC and capture data from the device through a direct cable link.
This year the hot topic appeared to be tablet PCs John Joyce, Ph.D. While relatively stable this year, Pittcon featured the appearance of new vendors and a number of new alliances, both between informatics vendors and complementing vendors.
The benefits of outsourcing have begun to cause a ripple effect on the entire analytical services sector Steve Gregory In the past decade, outsourcing was a relatively new concept that companies considered while examining the cost and time effectiveness of maintaining an in-house laboratory.