July 10, 2019
Laboratory Informatics Weekly Update

Volume 17, Issue 28


In This Issue

 Upcoming Webinars

07/15/2019 - A Structured Approach to Implementing a LIMS

07/24/2019 - Webinar: Managing Change in the Lab – The People Side of Data Management Innovation

07/24/2019 - Webinar: Project Leadership: The Key to Excellence in Laboratory Informatics

 Featured Books

CannaQA Catalog and Price List

 Journal Articles

A bibliometric analysis of Cannabis publications: Six decades of research and a gap on studies with the plant

What are the trends and glaring holes in scientific publications regarding the Cannabis plant? We know some parts of the world have been more proactive in said research, often thanks to slightly more lax regulations than other countries. But where is the research coming from, and what still must be addressed? Matielo et al. tested this concept in a bibliometric analysis of roughly six decades of publications. They found an increase in the relational study of cannabis and its affects on human genetics but a significant dearth of publications on the genetics of the plant itself. Only since about 2005 has genetics studies of the plant picked up. The authors found several other patterns in their analysis, included in the paper's "Discussion" section.
 Featured Jobs

20 hours ago - Scientific Business Analyst

Planet Pharma - White Plains, NY 10591

Responsibilities: Lead scientific-related business needs assessment, as well as facilitate the design, build and implementation of IT systems. Work with scientists and laboratory personnel to...

1 month ago - LIMS Sales Person

LIMS4U - UK North, North UK North UK

One of my contacts, who are a well-known Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) company, is looking for an Account Manager to join their technical pre-sales...


Introduction to Cybersecurity

This self-paced four-week University of Washington course is designed to help learners "gain an overview of the cybersecurity landscape as well as national (USA) and international perspectives on the field." The course is free to take and requires on average two to five hours a week of effort.
 Featured Discussions

07/04/2019 - Phd in clinical laboratory scientist schools

06/20/2019 - Lab Scope Requirements

05/23/2019 - Does anyone know of any software that is dedicated to collecting data from various instruments?

05/21/2019 - EAI / ESB Choice

05/21/2019 - LIMS to Instruments Connectivity via MIDDLEWARE

05/20/2019 - Chemistry Analyzers for Medium-Size Labs


How QLIMS supports the medicinal cannabis process

Unlocking the Power of Deep Learning in Drug Discovery

Simplifying Results Collection and Approval in Laboratories

Achieving & Maintaining ISO 17025 Accreditation LIMS Suport


07/09/2019 - FBI Approves Thermo Fisher Scientific Forensic Sequencing Solution for National DNA Index System

07/09/2019 - Holo4Labs Wins Emerging Europe Award for Innovation in 2019

07/09/2019 - CRISPR Researchers to Benefit from COBO Technologies and SCIEX Partnership

07/09/2019 - SES Water Chooses Matrix Gemini LIMS

 Upcoming Trade Events

07/18/2019 - Southeastern​ 2019 Hemp & Medical Cannabis Convention

07/18/2019 - Hemp/Cannabis Symposium on Networking, Sample Prep & Laboratory Testing

08/04/2019 - Clinical Lab Expo 2019

09/25/2019 - Pharmaceutical IT Congress 2019

10/22/2019 - LIMS-Forum 2019

10/30/2019 - Lab Innovations 2019

11/07/2019 - NGS & Clinical Diagnostics Congress 2019

 Bid Opportunities

07/12/2019 - Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) - Request for Information

07/18/2019 - LIMS Solution Analysis

07/31/2019 - Request for Responses: Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) for the Bureau of Infectious Disease and Laboratory Sciences at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health

08/05/2019 - Request for Proposal: Development of an Appian Cloud-based Laboratory Information Management System

08/23/2019 - Request for Proposal: Ohio Department of Health Laboratory Information Management System

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ApolloLims / Common Cents Systems, Inc.
Computing Solutions, Inc.
OnQ Software

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