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Is the End of the QC Lab and its LIMS in Sight?

In the third of his reports from the Paperless Lab Academy in Amsterdam earlier this month, Tom Wilkie asks if the end is in sight for the traditional quality control laboratory -- and the laboratory informatics software that goes with it.

New Jersey Celebrates National Pre-Eclampsia Awareness Month

Advocates for the Preeclampsia Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing illness and death due to preeclampsia, will be participating in and raising money for the Foundation’s annual The Promise Walk for Preeclampsia™.

PerkinElmer Launches Innovative Atomic Spectroscopy Offerings

PerkinElmer Inc. announces the launch of the NexION® 350 Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer (ICP-MS), its atomic spectroscopy product and Syngistix™ for ICP-MS Software, its next generation atomic spectroscopy software platform.

PerkinElmer First-Quarter Profit Tops Wall Street View

Scientific instruments maker PerkinElmer Inc. reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday, helped by increased demand for its medical diagnostics products and continued double-digit growth in China.

Innovative High Throughput Imaging System

The Lamina scanner is a high throughput imaging system designed to help research pathologists to more easily study protein expression and the relationships between disease markers in formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue sections.

The Future of Forensic Science (video)

Dr. Victor Weeden, GWU Forensics Department are among the first to use mass spectrometry, a highly sensitive technology, that accurately detects trace levels of illicit substances,  staying one step ahead of drug makers and criminals.

Detecting Adulteration in Olive Oil

There is no other food quite like olive oil. There is also, apparently, no better motivator throughout history than the chance to make a quick buck.

PerkinElmer Launches Elements Platform

PerkinElmer announced that it will release a cloud-based informatics platform that will focus on operational efficiency for collaborative R&D activities.

Good Start Genetics Announces Collaboration with PerkinElmer

Good Start Genetics®, Inc. announced a strategic agreement with PerkinElmer, Inc. to expand access to GoodStart Select genetic carrier screening tests beyond the in vitro fertilization (IVF) setting to the broader women's health community.

Life-Saving Foundation Born Out of a Tragedy

Danielle, 37, and her husband Akber, 38, from Pakistan, are using their experience to help thousands of other children avoid their little girl’s fate.

Parents Bank on Cord Blood

Cord blood banking involves collecting and preserving cord stem cells, which are extracted from the umbilical cord and placenta. They can also be extracted and preserved for potential future medical use.

PerkinElmer Optimistic About 2014; EPS Forecast in Line

Scientific instruments maker PerkinElmer Inc on Thursday forecast full-year earnings in line with current Wall Street estimates and its CEO sees a rosier 2014 after a year filled with uncertainty in  the markets it serves.

Stopping to Smell the Whisky

One of the key characteristics of whisky enjoyment is the aroma from the spirit with a recently designed copita (a tulip-shaped sherry glass), having been developed to maximize this experience.

Tech Update: QA/QC Instrumentation

Whether you employ analytical instrumentation for quality or food safety or both, the type of analytical instrumentation and testing will vary based on where it’s employed in the food process.

PerkinElmer Launches GC-MS-MS System

PerkinElmer has introduced the AxION iQT GC-MS-MS system which has the identification capabilities of a triple quadruple in one instrument, according to the company.

PerkinElmer Expands Hopkinton Site, Increases Headcount in State

PerkinElmer is expanding its Center for Personalized Health Innovation in Hopkinton by more than 50 percent and upping the headcount there, saying it hopes to foster more collaboration with area biotech, pharmaceutical and academic institutions.

Preventing Economically Motivated Adulteration

Economic adulteration and counterfeiting of global food and consumer products are estimated to cost the industry $10 to $15 billion per year, according to a 2010 A.T. Kearney study.

Trace Metals Debate

In 1905, the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention, the nonprofit standards-setting organization known as USP, introduced a method to check for heavy metals in U.S. pharmaceuticals.

Food Safety at Top of China Menu

A number of scandals has left consumers nervous about the quality of what they eat and spurred Beijing to take the matter much more seriously.