Let's Talk About The Latest Old News: The Return Of The Paperless Lab By Susan Najjar, Thermo Fisher Scientific
A paperless lab integrates the laboratory with the enterprise and automates systems by eliminating paper-based, manual, and error-prone processes. While most companies have invested in many instruments and software solutions in the laboratory, manufacturing, and the enterprise to improve operations, these systems are not seamlessly integrated, creating data silos, or standalone information repositories that do not communicate with one another.
A Guide To Nanomixing Technology By Christine Banaszek, Charles Ross and Son Company
This white paper presents an overview of mixing technologies employed in the dispersion of nano-sized solid particles into liquid. As major developments continue to unfold in the multidisciplinary field of nanotechnology, new mixing applications and processing challenges arise. The aim of this paper is to provide practical information on the efficient use of specialty mixing equipment for the preparation of low, medium, and high-viscosity nanodispersions.
Using Single-Use Tubes In A Biorepository Many hospitals and research institutes are building up large collections of biological samples, together with associated medical and lifestyle data, as a resource for biochemical research. Typically, the objective is to better understand the causes of disease and treatment response.
As with all pharmaceutical and life sciences companies, B.Braun's operations are data and document intensive. About a year and a half ago, the company decided to implement a new electronic content management (ECM) system that caters specifically to the life sciences industry.