There is a great opportunity for life sciences to demonstrate blockchain's problem-solving potential and influence broader industrial adoption.
Getac has announced the F110-EX, aimed at professionals working in and around hazardous environments.
Working with consumer-grade tools can often leave lab workers frustrated or stymied because those tools aren't purpose-built for the lab environment.
Royal Philips has partnered with Healius Pathology to deploy a multisite digital pathology system using Philips' IntelliSite Pathology Solution.
The OSIC Data Repository currently houses close to 1500 anonymised and quality-controlled scans with accompanying data.
GETT Asia's InduProof Smart Pro KG22203 is a hygienic keyboard for use in hospitals, laboratories or food production.
The Pluto platform is designed to simplify secure, collaborative data sharing and bioinformatics analysis for academic, biotech and pharmaceutical organisations.
GETT Asia's Prime Series IP68 Touch Keyboard is an input device that meets high hygiene standards for laboratory settings.
The keyboard is washable, rugged, splash-proof and provides high resistance against chemicals.
The ViTAM-116 is a fully sealed, 15.6″, IP66/IP69K, stainless steel, Full HD industrial monitor. To comply with IP66/IP69K standards the device uses waterproof sealed connectors for all I/O connections.
Thermo Scientific Athena Software is designed to simplify the management, traceability and sharing of data for core imaging facilities dedicated to materials science research.
The Oracle Health Management System creates an electronic health record in a cloud database for every person as they are vaccinated.
The Cereplex W from Blackrock Microsystems is a small, lightweight, wireless, 96-channel digital headstage for neural recording in freely behaving large animal models.
InterSystems has announced the latest version of its TrakCare electronic medical record system, TrakCare 2020 (T2020), providing rapid response and flexible capabilities to address diverse healthcare challenges.
Anyone in the world with a PC, Mac or laptop with an internet connection can help scientists seek chemical compounds that might be effective against COVID-19.