Computing hardware/software

Will your LIMS survive a meteor?

09 August, 2006 by David Leitham, Director, Product Dev - Informatics, Thermo Electron Corp | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

Sure it is important to meet your current needs, but what should you look for from a vendor to ensure your evolving business needs will continue to be met?


Gel documentation and analysis system

07 July, 2006 by | Supplied by: http://www.perkinelmer.com

From basic fluorescence to powerful chemiluminescence gel imaging applications and 2D gel imaging and analysis, PerkinElmer builds on its reputation for state-of-the-art instrumentation, reagents, software and laboratory support services to bring you a high-performance family of bio-imaging systems.


Focusing on the tiniest things

20 June, 2006 by

Researchers at Cornell University have developed a technique to get closer look at individual atoms within crystal molecules.


Bioanalysis software

08 March, 2006 by | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thermo Electron has expanded its software for its Finnigan TSQ Quantum series of triple quadrupole mass spectrometers with LCQUAN 2.5 data acquisition system.


Vibration and acoustics analysis

08 March, 2006 by | Supplied by: Kingdom Pty Ltd

The Ace-Quattro vibration and acoustics analyser from Data Physics is portable and is claimed to provide 40 times faster data and signal transfers as well as provide nanometer displacement measurements.


Differences in genetic database information could lead to misdiagnosis

14 February, 2006 by

Inconsistencies among a growing number of genetic databases could lead to misdiagnoses of genetic disorders by health care providers, according to a study that appears in Cytogentic and Genome Research.


A new 'phase' for biological imaging

30 December, 2005 by

Researchers have demonstrated a practical x-ray device that provides 2- and 3-dimensional images of soft biological tissue with details that are ordinarily hard to discern with conventional x-ray imaging.


Particle image analyser

08 December, 2005 by | Supplied by: http://www.atasci.com.au/

The Morphologi G2 high sensitivity particle image analyser uses digital image analysis and automated microscopy to measure both particle size and particle shape.


The LIMS revolution - where is it headed: an Australian perspective

15 October, 2005 by

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.


Live cell camera

10 October, 2005 by | Supplied by: http://www.scitech.com.au/

The Ixon DV885 is the latest addition to the Andor family of EMCCD (electron multiplying) cameras. The Ixon camera features high sensitivity, which makes it suitable for live cell imaging applications.


Statistical software for the developing world

10 October, 2005 by | Supplied by: http://www.ceanet.com.au/

VSN International, developer of the GenStat statistical system, has launched a free version of its commercial software available to non-commercial users and not-for-profit organisations in developing world countries. GenStat for Windows Discovery Edition is available for immediate download from www.discovery.genstat.co.uk


Newborn screening software

14 September, 2005 by | Supplied by: http://www.detente.com.au/

QuadraMed has completed implementation of a newborn screening laboratory information application for use with the company's Affinity Laboratory system by Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) in London, UK.


LabWare wins LIMS award again

12 September, 2005 by

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.


Detecting links between banknotes and drugs

10 August, 2005 by

Research published in the journal Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry is the description of a method that can detect a pattern of contamination on banknotes from drug-related crime that is different from the pattern seen in general circulation. The process is claimed to be significantly faster than other previous methods.


Large detection array digital camera

18 July, 2005 by | Supplied by: http://www.scitech.com.au/

The QImaging Retiga 2000R combines the same features afforded by the Retiga 1300R camera line with a larger pixel array (1600 x 1200) for increased field of view and total well capacity.


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