Records Management


  • Configurable readers with triple-mode cuvette ports, validation tools, and compliance software.

    The SpectraMax® M Series Multi-Mode Microplate Readers measure UV and visible absorbance, fluorescence, luminescence, fluorescence polarization, TRF and HTRF.

  • Light Sheet Re-Imagined

    STELLARIS 5 and STELLARIS 8 Digital LightSheet (DLS) unite in one place a confocal system and a light sheet microscope – a unique combination aimed to make your research more versatile. The exclusive vertical design of DLS, enabled by Leica Microsystems’ proprietary TwinFlect mirrors, allows you to combine confocal and light sheet imaging in the same system, so you can easily adapt the microscopy method to your experimental needs.

  • METTLER TOLEDO​ Track and Trace Aggregation Benefits

    Simplifying the shipping of products requires aggregation to a higher packaging level. If the parent-child relationships are stored via the serial numbers during aggregation, it is also possible to track individual packages across the supply chain. Each aggregated group is assigned a parent code, creating an e-pedigree for each item. Cases or pallets can be further aggregated into shipping containers.

    As pieces are added or removed, the association between the individual item and the aggregated code can be altered. This is managed through data entry on the software interface. Movement of each product is recorded from its creation on the production line, through to the warehouse of a wholesaler, and eventually the point of sale where the product's authenticity can be verified. Our PCE Line Manager software features a highly configurable aggregation process that supports manual and automated aggregation of pharmaceuticals. We also offer standalone or integrated aggregation solutions designed to fit into your existing production process.

  • Leverage robust development strategies and enable an optimized process for mAb development and manufacturing, efficiency and speed with exceptional quality, and high titers with lower-cost workflows for maximum ROI.

  • Wearable Glass Devices
    Wearable devices, or smart glasses, refer to a device that contains a computer screen or display in front of a person´s eyes that uses augmented reality or mixed reality to present data. Graphics or text are overlaid onto a user’s existing environment so that they can complete a task or engage in a new contextualized experience. As a result, users can continue to operate within his or her environment without distractions or obstruction when the digital content is not needed.