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Building a Smart Laboratory 2014

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Aimed at newcomers to the concept of smart labs and those about to embark on integrating disparate lab functions, Building a Smart Laboratory 2014 covers instrumentation; automation; data acquisition; data management; and informatics. It shows how scientists can turn information and data into knowledge that will be valued and used by managers elsewhere in their organisation. 

Compiled and edited by industry expert, John Trigg, together with other international specialists in laboratory systems, Building a Smart Laboratory 2014 will take readers on a guided tour of the ' smart' laboratory and help them with the practical aspects of joining up their science. 

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