EISC's MARRS Assurance for data security and MARRS for lab productivity will be featured at Thermo Scientific's free seminar tour, which will take place on 5 October until 4 November.
The half-day, three-track seminar series offers access to advanced approaches to solving problems with elemental analysis, chromatography and mass spectometry.
Thermo will review the latest technologies, applications and protocols designed for maximising laboratory performance by applying software tools, sample preparation and handling technologies, and implementation of advanced tools such as Collision/Leland Reaction Cells and Trace Element Speciation interfaces for AA, ICP-OES and ICP-MS.
MARRS Assurance is patented security software for lab compliance with 21 CFR Part 11 that can be integrated with any instrument and throughout the lab.
Its dynamic capabilities extend the compliance to the actual use of the data, providing a defensibility mechanism for quality assurance to ensure that results used in decisions and studies have the utmost supportive quality.
MARRS is said to bridge the functionality gap between the analytical instrument raw data and the information that is delivered to the lab's internal and external clients.
Its universal connectivity platform assimilates and summarises dynamic analytical instrument data into comprehensive analytical information.
An automatic interface with any instruments and third-party informatics creates a process workflow that integrates all data to a central point for analytical production, which includes automated instrument interfaces, quality assurance, deliverable/report generation and/or electronic transfer of the information within the lab and across industries.
The entire process from instrument raw data to information delivery can be performed in five steps.