Laboratory Informatics

Lab Digitalization Loop Picks Up Speed

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This whitepaper outlines how the collaboration of organizations across science-based industries and their leveraging of advanced technology will improve lab processes and productivity. Digitalization will accelerate scientific creativity, bringing better products to market faster. Together these trends will not just benefit science but enable better care for patients as well.

Paperless Lab Academy 2019

The PLA sets the stage for discussions on strategies and implementation of 21th century technologies in the laboratory. The conference focuses on key milestones to generate solid business insights from the laboratory, connecting with colleagues who share similar operational issues as you have, learning about user's case studies and how they are deployed into their processes, discovering the informatics trends from cutting-edge thought leaders, being in the know about the last informatics tools and methodologies in a creative and productive atmosphere.

Laboratory 4.0: Moving Beyond Digitalization in the Lab

Today’s laboratories are becoming increasingly complex, with ever more data being generated and captured. At the same time, regulatory oversight is stronger than ever and places new compliance burdens on everyday operations. In response to this landscape, many laboratories have already implemented digitalization technologies or are in the process of doing so. But with the rise of Industry 4.0, which brings increased automation and digital information transfer in manufacturing, many organizations are contemplating what this means for the future of the lab.

Susan Audino joins the Scientific Advisory Board of CloudLIMS

CloudLIMS, a Laboratory Information Management company specialised in the development of data management solutions, has announced that Dr Susan Audino, Chair, Cannabis Advisory Panel and Chair, Cannabis Working Group at AOAC International, has joined its Scientific Advisory Board

Fostering Data Standardisation for Collaborative Innovation in the Analytical Lab

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R&D-driven industries talk a lot about progressing towards the paperless laboratory. The ultimate aim is to capture and store all experimental, process, inventory and results data, from the earliest stages of discovery, through to manufacturing, QA/QC and even instrument management, in an electronic format

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