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Partnerschaft zwischen Allotrope Stiftung und Osthus Inc. zur Entwicklung eines hochmodernen offenen Frameworks für Labordaten
Date:9/23/2013

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Über die Allotrope Stiftung:
Die Allotrope Stiftung ist ein internationales Konsortium aus pharmazeutischen Unternehmen, die an der Entwicklung eines innovativen, offenen Frameworks zur Verwaltung des Lebenszyklus von analytischen Daten mit einem einheitlichen Paket von Standard-Tools arbeiten. Ziel ist es, aus dem intelligenten analytischen Labor eine Realität zu machen; ein automatisiertes Labor, in dem Daten, Verfahren und Instrumente nahtlos zwischen verschiedenen Plattformen genutzt werden können und in dem mit einem Klick Berichte mit Daten die auf jedem beliebigen analytischem Instrument generiert werden, produziert werden können.  Allotropes Vision eines intelligenten, analytischen Labors wird durch die Schaffung eines offenen „Ökosystems" in Zusammenarbeit und Absprache mit Herstellern und Analytikern umgesetzt.   
Für weitere Informationen siehe http://www.allotrope.org/,  oder Email an info@allotrope.org.

Über Osthus:
Osthus ist ein weltweit führender Systemintegrator, der sich auf Prozess- und Datenintegration für Forschung und Entwicklung im Bereich Life Sciences und verwandten Branchen spezialisiert hat. Ausgestattet mit einem einzigartigen Partner-Portfolio und interdisziplinären Fachexperten betreut Osthus weltweit führende Forschungsunternehmen mit Beratung, Integration, Entwicklung, Betrieb und Wartung.  
Für weitere Informationen siehe http://osthus.de, oder Email an media@osthus.de.

 

 


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