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Thermo Scientific enhances Galileo laboratory information systems

19th September 2007

Thermo Scientific yesterday announced enhancements to its Galileo laboratory information management system (Lims).

Version 3.2 of the Galileo system now provides greater flexibility for high throughput experiments that allow lead optimisation in drug discovery as well as facilitating greater control over tests performed with customisable calculations and user-definable study types, reports the company.

Galileo also offers user-configurable decision trees that allow the operator to define set-ups where highlighted results require further review as well as a data filter to remove questionable results, Thermo Scientific states.

Dave Champagne, vice-president and general manager of Thermo Scientific’s informatics business, commented: "We continue to enhance Galileo with off-the-shelf functionality that users need to keep the study design flexible, while providing the benefits of a more standard approach to assay management, analysis, storage and reporting of the data."

Earlier this month, Thermo Scientific presented a quality assurance system for beverage-standard carbon dioxide, called the Pulsar.
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