LabCollector v5.31 Tip3

LABCOLLECTOR v5.31 #Tip3

LabCollector has created, improved and changed many key features just for you in its version 5.31! Every month, we will discuss some of these changes and give you a few tips on how to become more comfortable using LabCollector v5.31.


This month let’s talk about this new feature: DYMO 450 Tag Customization!

DYMO Labelwriter 450 US users know how convenient this printer is when one wants to print record labels directly from LabCollector. It’s a Plug&Play device so there is nothing to configure to make it work with LabCollector. Based on a customer request, we now offer the possibility to completely customize the information that’s printed on your tags in LabCollector v5.31.
Our Knowledge Base has been recently updated by our Support Team. You can find all the information about this new feature here.
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If you want more info about the DYMO Labelwriter 450 US, visit our sister company website.

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Season’s Greetings From LabCollector!

Dear LabCollector Friends,

As another full year reachs an end, I would like in the name of the whole AgileBio/LabCollector’s team whish you all the best and a new year of 2018 full of success.
LabCollector continues its road to serve you all better. We had very challenging and interesting projects that as always helped the whole community by bringing new features.
I invite you to keep exchanging with us as needed so we can keep the pace to enrich LabCollector.On a side note, if you look carefuly to the greeting card above, you can have a hint of what’s next… Have you spotted it? Keep tuned!

Thank you all! We’re all commited to you and make your team work more agile!

Sincerely,
Pierre Rodrigues & the LabCollector team!


LabCollector v5.3 Tip2

LABCOLLECTOR v5.3 #Tip2

LabCollector has created, improved and changed many key features just for you in its version 5.3! Every week, we will discuss some of these changes and give you a few tips on how to become more comfortable using LabCollector v5.3.


This month let’s talk about the new Reagents & Supplies management!

Here’s a reminder of the changes that version 5.3 brought to Reagents & Supplies:
  • Reagents & Supplies module now has custom fields for the risks tab.
  • Risks tab fields can now be exported/printed in the Reagents & Supplies export/print.
  • Risks tab fields can now be used as filters.
  • Chemical lots: you can now upload a file/report and associate it with a specific lot.
  • Chemical lots now retain the original lot quantity.
  • Option to destroy chemical lots (only users with de-stock permissions can destroy lots).
For advice on how to import risk codes for reagents and supplies, go here!
For advice on how to associate a file to a chemical lot, destocking or destroying chemical lots follow this link!

Stay tuned for more tips!

Also, remember to check your RSS news feed on your LabCollector Home Page – we’ll be posting other tips to help you get the most out of your LIMS.

If you would like to see an article on a particular subject, do not hesitate to ask for it via our social network pages!


LabCollector “Give laboratories safe and efficient scientific management tools!”

8th Symposium / AFEM 2017

(Francophone Association of Microbial Ecology) in Camaret sur Mer, France.

AT AFEM 2017 Anne-Laure Sauvadet, Head of Support & Consulting at LabCollector, gave a talk on “How to give laboratories safe and efficient scientific management tools”.


But first let’s explain what AFEM Colloquim is:

Microbiomes : from Natural Environments to Man


The purpose of this VIIIth AFEM Symposium is to facilitate the exchange of ideas, tools, approaches, analyses, results and theories between microbiologists interested in different microbiomes and different fields of research. (bacteria and / or archaea and / or micro-eukaryotes, and their associated viruses) and to initiate or strengthen collaborations. The topics covered are intended to be very broad and aim to better describe, understand, control and value the microbial communities of the biosphere, from a fundamental point of view but also applied. Subjects will be grouped into 5 half-day sessions, each one introduced by an expert lecturer. A round table discussion dedicated to the problems of culture will close this colloquium.


Environmental microbiology in the era of “omics”

The aim is to discuss recent results obtained by conventional approaches and new technologies, in particular the omics tools (metagenomics, metatranscriptomics, metaproteomics, metabolomics but also culturomics), applied at the atomic level, the molecule, the gene, the micro-organism, the communities or the ecosystem.”

You can find the article in French by following this link.