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Future Laboratory Informatics Blog

Abbott Informatics launches a modernised Starlims Html5 QM solution

07/02/2019

Abbott, a proud sponsor of the Future Laboratory Informatics Forum, announced the launch of a laboratory information management system, STARLIMS Quality Manufacturing Solution QM 12.0, to support integration with various types of platforms and manage data from product concept to consumer.

STARLIMS Quality Manufacturing Solution QM 12.0 is designed for the global manufacturing and R&D sectors including pharmaceuticals/biotech, chemicals and petrochemicals, oil and gas, food and beverage, contract services, consumer products and general manufacturing. This new offering is built on the latest version of the STARLIMS Technology platform 11.7.

How informatics and data management can transform the digital laboratory

06/18/2019

Preclinical development is a vital period of data and information collection, where a number of specific scientific domains are essential.

From pharmacology, drug metabolism and bioanalysis, each offers important data needed for the investigation and regulatory submission of new drugs.

This data must be captured in the most effective and robust manner possible, with a system that both maintains accessibility and integrity.

An end-to-end data management and informatics software platform is one of the clear ways to achieve these objectives.

In this whitepaper, IDBS explain how to optimize data management across the different preclinical domains.

The Evolution of Laboratory Informatics

05/21/2019

Kate Thysse, Scientific IT Specialist at Lonza, speaks to Pharma IQ about the evolution of laboratory informatics. Thysse also reveals her top 3 tips for overcoming challenges relating to regulatory compliance within the world of lab informatics.

Pharma IQ: In your opinion, how has laboratory informatics changed and evolved in the last few years?

I see laboratory informatics have changed the way they are offering software packages and rather than having just one software that will solve everything, they’ve moved to having more of a modular approach to it, so that customers can pick and choose what sections sort of fit in with their own requirements.