Alzheimer's open data access gets big response; Top trials lack critical data;

> Since scientists have been granted access to clinical and imaging data collected in the Alzheimer's disease Neuroimaging Initiative, the data sets have been downloaded thousands of times, 160 papers using the data have been published, and 80 more are in the pipeline. Article

> After reviewing more than 100 "gold standard" drug trials to develop bipolar disorder treatment guidelines, German doctors have rejected some and downgraded others because of missing critical data, leaving only six that they trust. Story

> Confusion and miscommunication mark nearly three years of effort by MIM Software to gain FDA clearance for its mobile radiology app, the agency's first such approval. Story

> A PRTM study finds that sponsors outsource more than 75 percent of data management for trials in Asia and other regions. Article

> Nine key trends in data warehousing will affect the cost-benefit balance of technology deployed to deliver business analytics in the next two years, says Gartner. Report

> In the interactive training video The Lab, users play one of four characters in a lab plagued by fraud. Story

> After working with Daiichi Sankyo, d-Wise says it has developed a web-based search platform that works across multiple clinical data systems. Release

> Tharo Systems has released EasyLabel 5 Platinum, a label-printing system that claims 21 CFR Part 11 compliance. Item

> FileTrail says that a big pharma company is using the vendor's records-management solution with RFID. Release

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