Autoscribe to demonstrate Matrix Gemini at ESBB 2013
News Sep 25, 2013
Autoscribe has announced that it will be attending the forthcoming annual congress of the European, Middle Eastern and African Society for Biopreservation and Biobanking (ESBB) in Italy.
The company will be showcasing the various functions and benefits of its Matrix Gemini laboratory information management system (LIMS) at the event in Verona, which runs from October 8th to 11th 2013.
Matrix Gemini is a highly configurable LIMS that requires no custom coding and is suitable for all aspects of biobank and biorepository management in biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical research.
Using the system, a data management solution can be designed quickly that conforms to exact user requirements in terms of workflows, screen designs, menu designs, terminology and report designs.
It is fully compliant with the latest regulatory requirements and is ideal for laboratories that are coping with an ever-increasing number of biosamples.
Autoscribe will also be showcasing the system at the Lab Innovations 2013 conference in Birmingham, which will be held in November.
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