News Archive : Jul - Sep 2007
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Help with the capstone project and other scientific works, using trust sources and involving new information platforms and scientific background of previous years.
SVS Independently Validates IDBS’ E-WorkBook Suite (Aug07)
E-WorkBook Suite has been independently validated by the Sociedad de Validación de Sistemas (SVS) against the FDA’s 21 CFR Part 11 and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) guidelines.
Amphora Launches Starter Pack Subscription of PatentSafe (Aug07)
Amphora Research Systems is launching its new Starter Pack Subscription to the PatentSafe software which allows small biotechs in the start-up phase to use the market-leading ELN at a price they can afford.
Symyx Technologies to Acquire MDL Information Systems from Elsevier (Aug07)
Symyx Technologies, Inc. has announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire certain content and software products of MDL Information Systems for $123 million in cash (subject to a working capital adjustment) from Elsevier Inc.
Amphora Research Systems Presented with the 2007 European Market Penetration Leadership Award (Jul07)
Frost & Sullivan Commends Amphora Research Systems' Turnkey Electronic Lab Notebooks That Have Aided its Organic Growth in the Healthcare Industry
IDBS Renews Participation in SAFE-BioPharma Association's Vendor Partner Program (Jul07)
IDBS has renewed its participation in the SAFE-BioPharma Association Vendor Partner Program. SAFE creates and manages the SAFE(tm) digital identity and digital signature standard used within the pharmaceutical industry.
New Low Cost Version of Electronic Lab Notebook (Jul07)
LABTrack LLC have introduced its newest ELN product - LABTrack Personal.
Warning of data ticking time bomb (Jul07)
The growing problem of accessing old digital file formats is a "ticking time bomb", the chief executive of the UK National Archives has warned.