Boehringer Ingelheim touts iPad app; Medidata, Perceptive Informatics improve randomization software products;

> Medidata Solutions ($MDSO) has a revamped version of its trial supply and randomization software called "Balance." Item

> Perceptive Informatics, a unit of Parexel International ($PRXL), has added a "site inventory management" module to its ClinPhone Randomization and Trial Supply Management software. Release

> As drugmakers scoop up iPads, Germany-based Boehringer Ingelheim has come out with an app for the tablet that features history of the company. Article

> Data management provider Dataflux and Stayinfront, a customer relationship management (CRM) specialist, have teamed up to embed Dataflux's technology in Stayinfront's CRM for life sciences customers. Release

> The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) plans to fund four-year projects that involve integrative analysis of various "omics" data and phenotypic data to study pulmonary diseases. Article

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