Blades and I/O trick save space; Utah goes personalized;

> The combination of I/O virtualization and two IBM Blade Center H Chassis, providing the equivalent of 14 servers in a 9U form factor, have helped New England BioLabs skirt a costly physical expansion to deal with the 120-server data center it had outgrown. Article

> Utah wants to secure a top spot in the personalized medicine field by growing the Utah Population Data Base and integrating biosamples with electronic medical records. Article

> Study-build solution I-Builder 2.0 supports multiple users for building simple studies, global, multi-center studies, and adaptive study designs. Release

> The self-contained FSX100 combines brightfield and fluorescence microscopes with a camera system, allowing researchers to close the front cover and image specimens in the lab with the lights on. Article

> Abbott Laboratories is acquiring Starlims of Israel, a maker of data management software for laboratories, for a 47 percent premium over its market cap in Tel Aviv. Item

Suggested Articles

There's no evidence personal patient information leaked during the 11-week breach, but the same can't be said about Sangamo's own secrets.

Through a new online tracker, AllTrials names sponsors who fail to report clinical trial results on time per the FDAAA Final Rule.

The new solution aims to streamline the incorporation of human genomic data into clinical trial designs.