Top 5 Ways to Introduce LIMS in Laboratory : March 2021 edition

Microbioz India, March , 2021 Issue

Cover Story : "Top 5 Ways to Introduce LIMS in Laboratory : March 2021 edition"

Top 5 Ways to Introduce LIMS in Laboratory : March 2021 edition

A Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) is a software-based solution that can help labs effectively manage laboratory data, thereby increasing the efficiency of various lab operations. A LIMS acts as an interface between the laboratory staff and the database where all the information is stored. With the right LIMS, organizations can automate workflows, integrate instruments, produce results in a faster time, and even track data from sequencing runs over time and across experiments – improving efficiency. The cover story of this month titled: “Top 5 Ways to Introduce LIMS in Laboratory”. Introducing a new Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) in your lab can seem like an overwhelming goal. Sometimes, the effort can feel intimidating enough to just stick with your current system—even if it does consist of Excel sheets you cobble together to track a few things.


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