BRANFORD, October 10 – Core Informatics has announced that it will attend this year’s National Meeting of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS). Core Informatics will present their Animal Facility and Animal Study Management components of their Core LIMS product. The Animal Facility component of the Core LIMS allows Core Informatics life science customers to track virtually any aspect of their animal facilities from IACUC protocol management to cage card printing. The Animal Study Management component enables scientists to design complex multi day studies that track dosing, measurement and sample collection schedules.
About Core Informatics
Core Informatics is a software company focused on delivering state of the art, fully customized Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) to customers in a variety of industries. Their signature product, The Core LIMS, is a web based LIMS that features a component based architecture, which provides its clients the freedom to pick and choose only the functionality relevant to their specific research. The members of Core Informatics project teams average over 10 years of experience building custom LIMS software for a variety of markets. They have become an outstanding LIMS resource because they put their clients on a solid data management foundation while improving the overall efficiency of their organization. Their client list encompasses major biotechnology leaders as well as other research and development companies in a variety of industries. The company provides its products via three modes of delivery: LIMS Appliances, Hosted LIMS and Enterprise LIMS. For further information about Core Informatics, please visit www.CoreLIMS.com.
The American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) is the premier forum for the exchange of information and expertise in the care and use of laboratory animals. Since 1950, they have been dedicated to the humane care and treatment of laboratory animals and the quality research that leads to scientific gains that benefit people and animals. Their National Annual meeting includes over 200 educational presentations. These seminars, platform sessions, special lectures, workshops, and round-table discussions cover a wide range of topics of interest to AALAS members and other lab animal professionals. For further information about AALAS, please visit www.aalas.org.