Rescentris CERF is an electronic lab notebook software product suitable for R&D users in disciplines including biotech, pharmaceutical, clinical, research, forensics, government, universities, medical devices and engineering. It is a document management system that promotes sharing and collaboration with many levels of security that are easily configured by end users.
Myla is a middleware solution that is claimed to improve connectivity, laboratory workflow and information management in microbiology laboratories.
National Instruments’ ethernet-based CompactDAQ modular data acquisition system combines the ease of use of a data logger with the performance and flexibility of modular instrumentation.
The Remisol Advance data management system links analysers and laboratory information systems (LIS) through a single workstation providing technicians with a comprehensive real-time view of the clinical laboratory testing life cycle.
Wincomm’s latest medical-grade, all-in-one computer features a seamless design and is suited to applications in operating rooms and intensive care units. The computers have a IP65 human machine interface (HMI) design and anti-bacterial coating on the whole unit for many medical applications.
A simple device measures the quantum noise of vacuum fluctuations and generates true random numbers. Researchers have constructed a device that works on the principle of true randomness. With the help of quantum physics, their machine generates random numbers that cannot be predicted in advance. The researchers exploit the fact that measurements based on quantum physics can only produce a special result with a certain degree of probability, that is, randomly.
The use of virtual reality has transformed the understanding of protein structure and function at the University of Arkansas.
The APC-3298T stainless steel fanless waterproof panel PC is fully sealed to IP65 on all sides. All external I/O, including the DC power input, serial, ethernet and USB ports use waterproof-sealed connectors.
The Rescentris CERF (collaborative electronic research framework) is a scalable, cross-platform software solution that helps life sciences and other R&D organisations migrate away from paper-based record-keeping to increase efficiency and collaboration. It combines Enterprise Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) and Content Management System (ECM) technology that secures data in 21CFR11-compliant servers hosted behind the firewall or in cloud-based SaaS systems.
Zupera’s SS-KB-SH Series stainless steel shelf keyboards are based on the Crown-KBT Series keyboards mounted in a custom-designed brushed stainless steel shelf enclosure. Specifically designed for harsh kiosk and industrial environments, these input devices have wipe-clean fascias and key-tops and can meet IP68 static or IP65 specifications when moving (key pressed or trackball rotating).
PANalytical has extended the compatibility of its Omnian advanced standardless analysis software to include the compact benchtop MiniPal 4 X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometer. This combination offers an XRF solution that is both easy to use and powerful. It is suitable for routine laboratory and field analysis, offering quantification of unknowns in situations where certified standards are not available.
The Hengstler Tico 772 electronic multifunctional counter is an AC version of the versatile counter.
Ecotech’s WinAQMS data acquisition system (DAS)is a fifth-generation data gathering and control system that has been specifically designed for use in ambient air, meteorological and emission monitoring applications.
SoftGenetics has added a bar-code tool to its second-generation sequence analysis software, NextGENe. The software allows biologists to analyse the vast amount of data generated by next-generation sequencing systems using preprogrammed applications, an easy-to-use interface and algorithms, and quickly process the sequence and quality files on standard Windows 64-bit operating system hardware.