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techniques and across instrument vendors. Data sharing, collaboration features and fine-grained access control make it easy to collaborate across organisational boundaries. Te system is built on standards and offers rich APIs for easy integration and creation of mash-ups. Te user can interact with the service using

his choice of a web browser, a mobile app or a full-fledged desktop client. A highly interactive viewer provides an optimised environment for exploring scientific data anytime, anywhere. Initially, the solution supports chromatography (HPLC, GC), mass spectrometry, optical spectroscopy, NMR, microplate reader, bioreactor and process chromatography data types. Trough its APIs, the platform can be

integrated into other data systems and cloud services, allowing easy addition of analytical data handling to any application.

Te speed of scientific R&D is rapidly increasing. Laboratory groups need systems that can support externalised research models and global collaborations, new technologies such as next generation sequencing (NGS), new data types such as protein structures and genetic sequences, and are adaptable to meet customers’ changing workflows and emerging needs over time.

Core Informatics works closely with

customers to build lab data management solutions that make scientific data securely useable, analysable, discoverable, and auditable across groups and tools. Core Informatics provides comprehensive lab informatics solutions (ELN, LIMS, SDMS) built on the Platform for Science. Platform for Science solutions and applications are web-based, scalable, and available as cloud-hosted or on- premises deployments. Core Informatics’ application programming

interfaces (APIs) allow integrations and data exchanges with other tools, letting customers determine how they want to collect, store, share, and analyse their data to meet their unique requirements.

Dotmatics delivers a ready-to-use platform to capture, register, share, collaborate, query, visualise and analyse all the information and knowledge generated in the modern, highly collaborative scientific industries. Dotmatics’ VP Global Informatics, Dr. Robert Brown, will lead a workshop discussing how cloud-based informatics applications can help ensure success in externalised research projects. During this workshop delegates will be introduced to Dotmatics’ lab informatics and decision-support l

Merck Millipore’s Millitrack is an integrated data management and monitoring tool created to have easy remote access to the water purification system monitoring and diagnostics, allowing a user to minimise system downtime and increase productivity. Te reliable and

traceable data provided by Millitrack e-Solutions can be viewed and archived on computer devices connected directly to the water purification system via an Ethernet cable or through a local network as well

solutions for discovery collaborations. Case studies will help participants understand how the solution has been applied in a variety of real- world partnerships at pharma, biotechs, CROs, and academic institutions. Participants will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with the cloud solution.

IDBS will be sharing its insights into the future of collaborative working and showcasing its new E-WorkBook Connect Module. Offering process improvements across the organisation, E-WorkBook boosts productivity, releasing scientists from admin burdens, giving them more time to innovate. Te new Connect extension provides a proven, multidisciplinary platform for producing significant data insights and improving internal and external collaboration. Paul Denny-Gouldson, VP strategic solutions,

will run a workshop onsite exploring the myriad of informatics tools available. He’ll demystify the recent explosion of three and four letter acronyms in this space to help organisations ensure they have the right strategy in place to validate capabilities and ultimately ensure business value.

Science-based organisations around the world are being challenged to reduce the time-to- value for scientific data system deployments and gain holistic and actionable views of their data. LabAnswer’s partner of pharma and life sciences, Pat Pijanowski, will speak about the emerging trends, techniques and technologies that are being embraced to quicken deployment, speed innovation and get products to market faster.

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as in a lab data management system. Millitrack e-records help users optimise a lab’s productivity by reducing costs and potential downtime, and by decreasing the risk of errors. Te

Millitrack e-Solutions

family comprises four system-specific

products: Millitrack Basic, Millitrack Essential, Millitrack

Lite, and Millitrack Compliance, which is specifically

designed for users in GxP environments.

LabAnswer is the world’s leading, and largest,

vendor-independent scientific data management consultancy. We provide insights and expertise for the selection, design, deployment, and support of enterprise systems – from early discovery, through clinical development and manufacturing QC. Our proven approach is anchored in deep scientific information systems and laboratory operations expertise. Pijanowski will share LabAnswer’s unique

perspective, born out of our active participation in 300+ scientific data management projects per year, where the firm is helping clients develop and implement strategies to tackle these urgent challenges.

LabWare will be showcasing the latest versions of its LIMS and ELN, LabWare 7. LabWare’s Enterprise Laboratory Platform (ELP) is a unique and proven suite of product capabilities that encompass LIMS, ELN and LES in a single integrated and enterprise-ready solution. LabWare will also be in attendance to

deliver a workshop entitled: Best Practices for implementing LIMS and ELN in a time and cost efficient manner. As laboratory automation solutions such as LIMS and ELN are considered business critical

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