Welcome to the CSols blog. Stop by often to learn what CSols experts — the industry’s most trusted advisors — have to say about current laboratory informatics topics. We post about twice a month on subjects ranging from high-level overviews to detailed, technical explanations.
Good manufacturing practices are the underpinning of every life sciences business. At the heart of the organization, ensuring end user safety is everyone’s goal. In many organizations, the quality management system (QMS), learning management system (LMS), and manufacturing execution system (MES) work together in service of this goal. This blog describes the essential functions of… Read More
Research and development in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries is fast paced and getting faster, while the pressure is on to decrease spending and improve time to market. There has been much discussion about increasing efficiency and precision in the preclinical phase to support the overall goal of getting treatments to market faster at a… Read More
Lab automation is transforming the life sciences industry in fields such as synthetic biology and genetic engineering by streamlining processes and supercharging research and development. These advances will transform the practices of medicine, manufacturing, and agriculture, among others. Achieving lab automation may seem like a utopian dream, but it’s not as far off as you… Read More
Today, it seems data analytics is being used everywhere. In this rapidly evolving business landscape, data analytics has emerged as a powerful tool for organizations to gain valuable insights, make informed decisions, and achieve strategic objectives. Data applications are no longer limited to just the realms of marketing and finance; they have permeated various sectors,… Read More
If you’re reading this blog post, you’ve already reached the conclusion that you need to simplify your informatics footprint. We know that maintenance of the different systems and instances can grow out of control and be a logistical nightmare. Not to mention the siloed information within those systems that hold your organization back from making… Read More