Laboratory Automation: The Outlook for R&D; Regulation and The Bottom Line (Technical Insights)

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Table of Contents

Laboratory Automation, Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryLaboratory Automation, Trends in Lab AutomationPotential for Cost-Saving Potential for Cost-SavingTrends in Laboratory AutomationMiniaturizationBiotechnologyThe Laboratory SystemPre-analytical ProcessingModular ApproachesProcess Control SoftwareBiometricsHome HealthConclusionConclusionLaboratory Automation, Markets for Laboratory AutomationThe Devices and ApplicationsThe Devices and ApplicationsLab-on-a-ChipSystem-on-a-ChipMicrototal Analytical SystemsLabs on Chips: Overcoming DifficultiesBiochipsMarketsMarketsDiagnostic Testing MarketGenetic AnalysisChip SupportBiochipsMolecular Energy; Mining and EnvironmentEnvironmental TestingLaboratory Automation, Research on a ChipResearch on a ChipResearch on a ChipEnabling TechnologiesEnabling TechnologiesNanotechnolgy and MEMSDetectionMicrofluidicsMicroseparationsOptoelectronics and Integrated OpticsPlastics MicromachiningPackagingBiocompatibilityControl and CommunicationIntegrationBiosensors on ChipsBiosensors on ChipsDNA and GenomicsDNA and GenomicsDNA SequencingHybridizationRemaining Issues in Commercializing LOCsRemaining Issues in Commercializing LOCsMechanical and Process IssuesPerformance RequirementsCommercialization Barriers: Trade-OffsBarriers to Commercializing BiosensorsBarriers to Commercializing BiosensorsLaboratory Automation, Integrated Technology in the Automated LabAutomation and IntegrationAutomation and IntegrationGilson Center for Integrated DiscoveryEmerging Technologies: Primer Extension Genotyping for PharmacogenomicsTracking Biological Trace ElementsValidation Kits for Drug Modeling and Analysis SoftwareValidation Kits for Drug Modeling and Analysis SoftwareAutomatic Data Capture TechnologiesBarcode TechnologyBiometricsCard TechnologiesContact MemoryElectronic Data InterchangeMachine VisionOptical Character RecognitionRadio Frequency Data CommunicationsRead-Only and Read/Write SystemsSpeech RecognitionSoftwareDrug DiscoveryAutomated Data ManagementElectronic Laboratory Notebooks for Collaborative ResearchThe Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory’s Electronic Lab Notebook: BackgroundHow the EMSL’s Prototype ELN WorksFuture PlansCENSACENSAContactsContactsLaboratory Automation, Lab Automation and the InternetThe Collaboratory ConceptThe Collaboratory ConceptMUDs; MOOs and Other Collaboratory Communication ToolsAcademic CollaboratoriesUniversity of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign (UIUC); Graduate School of Library & Information Science and the National Center for Supercomputing ApplicationsUniversity of Michigan School of InformationFederal CollaboratoriesInformation Technology for the 21st Century (IT2)A Testbed for Synchronous Collaboration over Wide Area Electronic NetworksEnvironmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)Virtual LabsAnalytical Service Brokers Open Virtual Lab NetworkLaboratory Automation, The Department of Energy and Lab AutomationAutomating the Analytical Laboratory via the Chemical Analysis Automation (CAA) ProgramAutomating the Analytical Laboratory via the Chemical Analysis Automation (CAA) ProgramA Challenge for Industrial CommercializationThe CAA TeamMobile LabIntegration Using SLMsModular Control SoftwarePhasing CAA Technology IntroductionCAA Project StatusThe Full SAMContactsContactsLaboratory Automation, Wearable ComputersRequirements for a Wearable ComputerRequirements for a Wearable ComputerWearable Computers from the MIT Media LabSmart Shirts from Georgia Tech Barriers to Commercial DevelopmentContactsLaboratory Automation, Appendix A: Key SourcesKey SourcesKey SourcesLabAutomation ’99—List of ExhibitorsLabAutomation ’99—List of ExhibitorsLaboratory Automation, Appendix B: Online ResourcesOnline ResourcesOnline ResourcesLOCs; GeneralMEMSSensorsBiochips; DNA Analysis; MicroarraysMicro Total Analysis SystemsLaboratory Automation, Appendix C: ReadingsReadingsReadingsLaboratory Automation, Appendix D: PatentsPatentsPatents

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