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Sciency ELN

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RURO develops computer software for research, biotechnological, pharmaceutical, healthcare and government (homeland security) laboratories. Their solutions include LIMS 247, a Laboratory Information Management System; Sciency, an Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN); and, FreezerPro, a inventory management system for freezers.

The LIMS247 product line is a research data and project management solution for various types of laboratories. LIMS247 is designed to be completely configurable and is modular by design, allowing users to purchase only those modules required while allowing for expansion. LIMS247 was designed to be used without manuals. Online help with context-sensitive lookup, online searching and a tutorial make LIMS247 easy and friendly for first time users.

The Sciency ELN provides a scalable, integrated and secure environment for researchers to capture, manage and share research data and notes, providing a 21 CFR Part 11 compliant alternative to paper-based lab notebooks and casually organized electronic documents and spreadsheets.

FreezerPro allows scientists and managers in research laboratories and pharmaceutical companies to inventory and retrieve frozen laboratory samples.

Product Sciency ELN
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RURO, Inc.
321 Ballenger Center Drive, Suite 102 Frederick, MD 21703 USA

Tel: +1-888-881-RURO (+1-888-881-7876) or 301-639-5546 or 240-575-5570
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