Laboratory Informatics

Pixels and You

In my last post, “A Few Label Printing Tips,” I mentioned moving items on barcode labels around by pixels. That sounds tedious, doesn’t it? Well, actually, it is, but it’s sometimes easier than the drag-and-drop route.

Thermo Fisher Scientific and CoreLIMS

Someone e-mailed me, yesterday, and asked if I’d heard the news about CoreLIMS and Thermo Fisher Scientific. Of course, I hadn’t, because I no longer keep up with this type of news. Even so, I had my first guess what the news must be.

Software Vendors Compare With Others

I seem to be having a number of conversations with software vendors in the past six months. Sometimes, we’ll get to the part of the conversation where the software vendor wonders why their product isn’t selling as well as someone else’s.

I’m Watching Too Many Demos: Some Comments

Recently, I’ve been doing what is possibly the least favorite thing about my job – watching software demos. As I always say, there are just so many products out there and they’re all so similar that they do just blend-in, for the most part.

Why Non-Life Science Companies Should Care About Life Sciences Awards

From a previous post entitled GHP 2016 International Life Sciences Awards, some of you know that, this summer, GeoMetrick Enterprises has won the 2016 International Life Sciences Awards from GHP (Global Health and Pharma) Magazine and been has been named “Best Laboratory Informatics Solutions Company – USA.” Those of you who are NOT in the life sciences might wonder why you should care.

Gone from LinkedIn LIMS/LI Group and Others

Overall, I’m cleaning-out my LinkedIn groups to only those that I find useful, either by the great information they give or because I feel some kind of purpose in belonging to them. As part of my Fall “back to business” initiative, I’m in a “declutter my world” mode and this is one of the many results.