Electronic Laboratory Notebooks, London, UK
Wednesday, January 30, 2008 - Thursday, January 31, 2008
SMi’s Electronic Laboratory Notebook presents some of the most qualified speakers in the industry, giving their experiences on their own implementation of ELN’s in Biology, chemical and analytical chemistry research.
The critical issues to be addressed include:
- The user requirements, how to choose and ELN and the challenges of implementation
- Can Biologists and Chemists use the same ELN? Listen to case studies of companies involved in this area.
- The benefits of using an ELN in analytical chemistry
- The relationship between ELN’s and social networking tools, including the importance of semantics and collaboration in experimental science
- The cultural developments, easing the transition from paper to electric
- Compliance management, IP protection and patent laws
PLUS A HALF DAY PRE- CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
ELNS and collaborative life science R&D and manufacturing enterprises In Association with: Collaborative Electronic Notebook Systems Association (CENSA)
29th January 2008, Copthorne Tara Hotel, London
For more information contact: Andrew Hinton on tel: +44 (0)20 7827 6722 or E-mail: email@example.com
Further Information: http://www.smi-online.co.uk/labnotebooks6.asp
Brochure for Automated Solid Phase Extraction
SMI-LabHut has released a new 4-page brochure for the HT400E autosampler.
SMI-LabHut Launches Automated Solid Phase Extraction System
The HT400E autosampler can automate manual SPE procedures and automatically injects the sample into an HPLC system to allow increased work flow.
Calibrated and Certified Digital Thermometer
The new THERMD-LC calibrated from SMI-LabHut is ideal for validating dissolution baths, other media temperature and for general laboratory use.
HT250D Duet: Headspace and Liquid Autosampler in one Unit
The HT250D is a single unit combining Static Headspace analysis with traditional liquid sample injection.
Autosampler Interface Gives Complete Control
SMI-LabHut introduced a software interface that allows HTA’s HT300A autosampler to be controlled via the Agilent Chemstation®.