Planning for a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) is no easy task. It requires a substantial amount of time, effort and lots of very careful consideration. Whether you’re implementing LIMS for the first time, or looking to upgrade legacy technologies, selecting the right solution for your needs and measuring ROI post implementation is going to […]
Earlier in the year, Linkedin made some serious changes to their service that had deprecated their API that allows you to programmatically access group data. At that point, the decision was taken to move the LiMSforum group from Linkedin to its own group built on Open Source. We used WordPress and their huge ecosystem of […]
There is growing demand for a standardized and economical LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System) architecture in the life sciences industry due to global R&D operations, lack of budgets, stringency of regulatory bodies towards data integrity, and the need for compatible platforms for sharing knowledge/data within the organization and third parties (contract research and manufacturing organizations […]
Khemia Case Study North Pole Lab Selects Omega 11 as its LIMS Omega 11 Benefits When exploring the gorgeous landscape of interior Alaska, one would never expect that in a nondescript building in a suburb of Fairbanks is a thriving environmental laboratory. Kelley Lovejoy, the Laboratory Director, has successfully built Alaska Analytical Laboratory (AAL) from […]
LIMS implementation When it comes to LIMS implementation methodologies there seems to be as many as there are stars in the heavens. At least it can seem that way, especially if you consider the various LIMS vendors’ branded methodologies. However, if you take a careful look at all these, you can categorize them into 4 main […]
This guys are right on track. I was amazed to see how people build a LIMS completely browser based. But what does it mean exactly?