GenoLogics today announced that the Joint BioEnergy Institute (JBEI), a U.S. Department of Energy bioenergy research center based in Emeryville, California, is deploying its lab and integrated data management solution for multiple sciences.

 

JBEI is a scientific partnership that is led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and includes the Sandia National Laboratories, the University of California campuses of Berkeley and Davis, the Carnegie Institution for Science and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. JBEI’s primary scientific mission is to advance the development of the next generation of biofuels – liquid fuels derived from the solar energy stored in plant biomass.

 

“The GenoLogics solution has the capabilities we require to integrate data from different sciences and technologies, while tracking samples across multiple experiments and projects all in a single lab and data management system,” said Dr. Paul Adams, JBEI’s Vice President of Technology. “The GenoLogics system will also allow us to easily generate reports showing data from multiple sciences and automate our data pipelining for integrated analysis.”

 

Since GenoLogics lab and data management solutions are built for the unique needs of research organizations, they are already designed to provide an integrated view of data from the type of sciences and technologies the JBEI employs. Pre-configured integrations across many instruments, combined with the GenoLogics reporting engine, means the solution will also improve the data quality and integrated analysis that is needed to advance the JBEI research.

 

“Our multi-science informatics platform is ideal for the alternative energy research the JBEI is conducting, as it seamlessly aggregates data from different applications and integrates the data in a contextually relevant way”, said Michael Ball, CEO for GenoLogics. “As the life sciences market matures, it is becoming more common for our clients to require a common data management system that can be deployed across different sciences, technologies and facilities.”

 

GenoLogics provides research organizations with informatics solutions for multiple sciences and technologies. Delivered as a set of modules on a common informatics platform, our solutions manage lab operations, while integrating research data across domains and providing superior sample traceability. Along with an automated bioinformatics pipelining system and reporting engine, our solutions transform data into results and enable advanced analysis.

 


About GenoLogics

GenoLogics is the leading provider of informatics solutions for translational research, spanning both the discovery and biomedical research domains. Our science purposed modules for discovery research are complemented by a highly configurable, integrating lab informatics platform that is scalable to service many labs and sciences across an organization. Our Biomedical Informatics product suite allows labs to track and manage their biospecimen and clinical annotations data, while aggregating results with our Research Informatics solution for a holistic view. For more information, please visit www.genologics.com.

 

 

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