Press Releases

Starlims released Starlims Version 10, an entirely web-based off-the-shelf LIMS that offers enterprise-wide interoperability, no client-side software installations and a short learning curve, and works on Internet and Intranet environments.

National Instruments has released the latest version of its NI LabVIEW Control Design Toolkit, a collection of tools and mathematical functions for analysing, designing and implementing control systems.

Thermo Electron has launched its QuickQuan software for automating high-throughput LC-MS/MS assays in early drug discovery, to automatically assess new chemical entities (NCEs) in early drug-development assays.

Stat-Ease has released Design-Expert 7.0, the software for statistical design of experiments (DOE). This major new release is designed for engineers, researchers, quality professionals, Six Sigma practitioners, or other experimenters. With Design-Expert 7.0 (DX7) software users can make discoveries that lead to breakthrough improvements in product quality and process efficiency, resulting in more sales, greater customer satisfaction, and reduced costs. DX7 makes it easy to screen for important factors, identify ideal process settings, and find optimal product formulations.

Molegro AsP, a bioinformatics startup company, located at the Bioinformatics Centre at the University of Aarhus Denmark, has launched its first software module in a suite of bioinformatics programmes aimed at aiding the drug discovery process.

National Instruments has released its newest virtual instrumentation tools for Linux operating systems.

Thermo Electron has developed a new datasheet on the Atlas CDS, available free in PDF or printed format, which addresses the benefits of standardising on a single solution.

Waters' MassLynx Software has been enhanced and reconfigured to facilitate high-performance quantification and qualitative analysis so that users can process and review results, and generate reports more easily.

Labtronics has released LimsLink 4.0, the latest version of its laboratory instrument integration solution.

Quality Systems International (QSI), is now offering a subscription payment option that will enable establishments with limited budgets to enjoy the benefits of LIMS for under £400/ month.

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