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JALA now on Thomson Reuters' Journal Citation Reports

Posted by Burkhard Schaefer on 11 January 2011 | Comments

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The Journal for Laboratory Automation (JALA) is an official journal of the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS). According to Editor-in-Chief Dean Ho, JALA was accepted for indexing by Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports®, including Thomson Reuters Science Citation Index Expanded (also known as SciSearch), Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition, Biological Abstracts and BIOSIS Previews.

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Original AnIML paper in JALA now available as Open Access content

Posted by Burkhard Schaefer on 29 January 2010 | Comments

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Having taken my seat on the editorial board of JALA, the Journal of the Association for Laboratory Automation, I have learned that Elsevier has made access to many of its articles available as open access content. This means that the original AnIML paper I published in 2004 is now openly available to everybody. Today's AnIML version is slightly different to the one described in the paper. However, it presents a nice overview.

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AnIML at LabAutomation 2010

Posted by Burkhard Schaefer on 18 January 2010 | Comments

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Are you attending the LabAutomation 2010 conference in sunny Palm Springs next week? There are a lot of opportunities to learn about AnIML. I have put together a list of AnIML-related activities. I'd especially like to point out the AnIML Birds-of-a-Feather Session on Tuesday evening. This will be a nice opportunity to meet the AnIML community. Please stop by and say hello.

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ALA chooses BSSN Software to be part of Innovation AveNEW at LabAutomation 2010

Posted by Burkhard Schaefer on 24 November 2009 | Comments

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A judging panel of the Association for Laboratory Automation (ALA) has chosen BSSN Software to be part of its Innovation AveNEW program at the LabAutomation 2010 conference in January 2010.

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