The Watson LIMS is a protocol-driven laboratory information management system designed to support bioanalytical studies in drug development. The system was developed with input from major pharmaceutical companies and offers an easy-to-use process with a high level of service
The LabWare LIMS has been demonstrated on the Google Chrome web browser. The LIMS is a multifunctioned, multi-tiered application that provides users with full access to their applications from any location.
LabWare LIMS v6 is the foundation application in LabWare’s fully integrated LIMS solution suite, which offers built-in instrument interfacing and a broad range of functional modules. Under the flexible Labware licensing scheme, users may leverage the v6 application to meet needs across their entire enterprise including everything from comprehensive sample management and automated data acquisition to inventory tracking, environmental monitoring, customer contact management, shelf-life stability study management, clinical protocol set-up and control, biorepository and storage resource management, among many others. The system is equally well suited to quality control and quality assurance as well as research and development settings and continues LabWare’s emphasis on user configurability, negating the need for complex programming and application customisation.
PerkinElmer has released a food industry-specific version of its Labworks Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) package. Labworks foodLIMS simplifies data management and integrates with tracing software to support compliance with regulatory requirements including The BioTerrorism Act of 2002, which requires food and beverage producers to trace their products both backward into the supply chain and forward through the distribution system.
Version 3 of the LabWare LIMS Web Browser Interface provides a rich user experience in a zero footprint solution that requires no code installation on the user’s local desktop.
The Starlims solution integrates LIMS data and SDMS (scientific data management system) documents into a single web-based platform. Much of the data created in science-centric organisations is unstructured and not typically managed in a consistent fashion, making it difficult to implement systematic procedures necessary to ensure regulatory and legal compliance. The Starlims SDMS module enables organisations to capture, parse, search, manage, share and archive scientific documents. Such documents may include research reports, spreadsheets, product specifications, instrument output files and more.
LabWare LIMS v6.0 is one of the first enterprise LIMS to become certified for use with SAP’s Enterprise SOA-based Integration Technology.
Most of the web’s potential can’t be tapped via websites and browsers. A smart toolkit that is available for free has been crafted by European researchers to unlock those hidden resources.
Ardenno Collaborative Knowledge Management software enables teams and individuals to leverage and use existing internal data sources and database content across the entire enterprise.
STARLIMS V10 is a fully web-based, off-the-shelf LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System) designed for a wide variety of laboratory types operating in scientific and industrial disciplines.
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Laboratory information management systems, or LIMS as it is popularly known, has been gaining good acceptance world over. Australia is not far behind in adopting this new technology. LIMS has been there in the market for over 10 years now and many organisations are now implementing their second or third generation of LIMS.
LabWare has won the Scientific Computing and Instrumentation Readers' Choice Award in the LIMS category for the past six years running. SC&I conducts an annual Readers' Choice Award survey asking readers to rate various laboratory applications and instrument categories.
Agilent Technologies has announced the latest version of its software for validating analytical methods according to the regulations of the pharmaceutical industry.
Laboratories in the metal industry perform a variety of tasks that are closely tied to the production process. X-ray fluorescence and optical emission spectroscopy today are the preferred techniques