Advisory committee for chromatography software

LabLogic Systems has created an international scientific advisory committee to contribute to the ongoing development of Laura, its chromatography data collection and analysis system.

Members includes key users from the industries and application areas where Laura is used - pharmaceutical, contract laboratory and nuclear PET - alongside representatives from IT and QA groups and instrument manufacturers.

Explaining the reasons behind the creation of the committee, LabLogic managing director Richard Brown said: 'Feedback from our clients has been central to developing Laura because it has helped us to understand the demands placed on users in their day-to-day operations.

‘The advice of the committee will be invaluable when there are different options or viewpoints on how a feature should work, because it will give us an insight into how it might be used in a real working situation.’

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