10th Annual BioProcess International European Summit

2-3 April 2014, Clarion Congress Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic

Events

Visit us at the Paperless Lab Academy

May 13-14, 2014

We are pleased to announce that Gudrun Speidel, Analytical Manager, Novartis will be presenting on Reference Standard Management - Deployment and Impact of a Reference Standard Database our behalf. Jack Gibson, Lead Field Apps Scientist, Accelrys will also be hosting a workshop covering, Going Mobile in the Lab. Just a Hype or Uesful?

Details of all presentations can be found below:

Presentation Title

Reference Standard Management
Deployment and Impact of a Reference Standard Database

Date & Time Tuesday 13 May, 11.30am
Presenter Gudrun Speidel, Analytical Manager, Novartis


Abstract
The purpose of a Reference Standard database is to verify analysis and shipment of reference standards in due time, to reduce administrative work, and to improve the collaboration between customer, supplier and recipient by providing

  • a worldwide access to one database
  • a clear overview of disposability from quantity and shelf life
  • online availability of all relevant data and documents (e.g. Certificates of Analysis) in one system
  • completion of order form directly in the database

Accelrys LIMS is a web-based environment for managing materials (e.g. reference standards) under GxP. The advantage of this application is that it can be deployed as a standalone inventory management system and can easily be configured according to specific needs. The main features will be demonstrated in this presentation.

Presentation Title

Going Mobile in the Lab. Just a Hype or Uesful?

Date & Time Wednesday 14 May, 12.05pm
Presenter Jack Gibson, Lead Field Apps Scientist, Accelrys


Abstract
In the laboratory the entry of data created is one of the bottlenecks in the process. Even for organizations that have moved from paper to electronic systems efficiency gains are limited. Users need to walk out of the lab and still make notes on paper or queue at central lab PC’s that are used by different users and for different applications. Hard copies of SOPs and procedures are used for lookup and carrying around laptops is also not considered as an option.
In this workshop attendees can try out the applicability of a dedicated mobile application on small mobile devices for the entry of diversity of  laboratory data.

At the conclusion of this education session, participants will be able to:

• Try out dedicated mobile applications on small devices for entering lab data and looking up procedures
• verify the usability of dedicated mobile applications vs. more complex web browsers
• find out if the usage of mobile devices will be able to satisfy their ergonomic needs
• assess a possible increase in data quality through mobile data capture

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We look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam!

 

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