Laboratory informatics

Informatics fosters Science as a Service

Karen Madden and Devendra Deshmukh of Perkin Elmer Informatics believe that data democratisation will lead to analytics as a differentiator for drawing inferences in real-time, particularly as consumption of diverse, large data sets through mobile devices increases at a rapid pace

Creating knowledge-rich value from data

Small molecule chemistry R&D is a relatively traditional subset of Scientific Computing World. Daria Thorp, president of ACD/Labs, looks to see if there is change ahead

Future prospects for LIMS

John Boother, managing director of Autoscribe, believes that these are exciting times to be in the LIMS business

Collaboration all the way along the value chain

Max Carnecchia, CEO, Biovia, Dassault Systèmes, believes that the convergence of scientific and enterprise software will continue and that science-based organisations are becoming more social and global in the way they collaborate

Transforming life sciences with data and discipline

Kim Shah, director of marketing and new business development for the informatics business at Thermo Fisher Scientific, believes that businesses will become agile only through integration, innovation, automation, and intelligence

From the laboratory to the world

Technologies developed outside the laboratory and changes in the way global companies do business are transforming laboratory informatics, according to Tom Wilkie

Fields of data

Keeping track of agricultural data presents special problems for informatics systems, as Sophia Ktori finds out

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