CerePlex Direct is Blackrock Microsystem's easy-to-use direct digital recording data acquisition system for neuroscience research.
The Operetta CLS system combines speed and sensitivity with powerful and intuitive data analysis.
Emerson Process Management has enhanced the Syncade Suite manufacturing execution system (MES) to help life science manufacturers simplify the transfer of recipes and manufacturing information between project phases and system environments.
Researchers have developed an energy-based mathematical modelling technique to build models of the complex biochemical systems within the human body.
Current information systems are not equipped to support the changes clinical laboratories are undergoing, according to the InterSystems Australian Laboratory Management Systems Market Survey 2015.
Bio-Rad Laboratories has announced the latest version of its KnowItAll spectroscopy software. One of the key enhancements of the release is Optimized Corrections, a technology that performs a computationally complex set of corrections on all query and reference spectra in a search to find the optimal match between the query and each reference spectrum.
GENALICE has announced the global launch of Population Calling, an analysis module and part of the GENALICE MAP Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) Data Analysis Suite. The product is said to improve individual patient results and discover disease-specific DNA changes at a reduced time to result.
The fast-changing laboratory market is ripe for a new generation of information systems that meet the needs of a modern pathology environment.
Context and location aware mobile apps, integrated with allied technologies, are transforming business processes for biotech companies as they offer the promise of greater accuracy of reporting and improved safety and compliance.
InterSystems has developed what it claims is the world's first laboratory business management system (LBMS), due for release in early 2016.
The Thermo Scientific SampleManager is a fully integrated laboratory platform encompassing a laboratory information management system (LIMS), scientific data management system (SDMS) and lab execution system (LES).
Thanks to a computer program developed at Edith Cowan University, plant classification could become as simple as taking a photo.