Plate planning

Monday, 16 January, 2006 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific



Thermo Electron has achieved greater speed and efficiency in data archiving and plate planning with version 7.0 of Nautilus LIMS, the company's laboratory information management system for early stage discovery in biotechnology research and discovery.

The archiving functionality allows users to automatically transfer data from active tables to archived tables and back again, using interactive and background tools.

Multiple archives can be created so all data related to a specific experiment or study can be collected in - and more easily retrieved from - a designated archive.

Plate plans are used to automate activities carried out on single or groups of plates. Users can monitor the progress of experiments, group and organise plates, execute actions and add workflows to be carried out on the plates within the plan.

In addition, image results are now supported in Nautilus, which enables image files to be stored in the database as results and visualised within the application using the result browser.

Online: www.thermofisher.com.au
Phone: 1300 735 295
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