Improving Sample Management QC and Reducing Costs by Regular Sample Auditing

This FREE webinar was recorded on:
Wednesday, October 05, 2011
09:00 AM - 10:00 AM EDT

Data indicates that many organisations experience sample precipitation from around 5 to 6% of their samples; studies have shown this may rise to greater than 12% for newly acquired samples. Other work indicates that around 5% of tubes in a typical storage facility are actually empty, and nearly 75% of samples have recorded volume discrepancies of more than 25ul.


Chris Walsh
Product Manager
RTS Life Science

Chris is a chartered engineer with a degree in Electronic and Control Systems Engineering from the University of Bradford. Chris has worked in a range of industries from aerospace to online lotteries and joined RTS Life Science in 1997.  During his time with the company, Chris has worked on a number of different laboratory automation projects ranging from inhaler testing systems to large scale automated sample stores. His current role is Product Manager for Sample Management.