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September 14-16, 2012: Discover LabCollector during the YES Meeting

University of Porto, Portugal


AgileBio will be present at YES Meeting 2012 (The Young European Scientist Meeting)

September 14-16, 2012
Faculty of Medicine, University of Porto

The YES (Young European Scientist) Meeting is an international conference to provide biomedical students all over the world a global platform of exchange. 

You are welcome to visit us and discover our LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System), Electronic Lab Notebook and other lab applications.





The first 100% web-based LIS/LIMS

Fully customizable

Upgradable & Affordable

The main concept behind LabCollector LIMS is that each scientist in the lab can manage quickly his data and make them available to the rest of the lab members. Due to Intranet support, data can be accessed from any connected computer in the lab, which accelerates information retrieval in a real collaborative environment. Furthermore, you lab will gain traceability and organization.

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LabCollector LIMS is modular software, that you can adapt and customize extensivelly without any particular informatics skill. Therefore LabCollector LIMS can be used in a variety of different situations and labs. Easily create your own embedded custom modules, add any kind of fields, etc.


With a single license per lab team, LabCollector LIMS is the most affordable solution that you can find! No expensive leasing plans. Our license is economic and perpetual. And you only pay upgrades if and when you need!

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Current version 5.16


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An easy single-step setup wizard is now provided for Windows systems. No informatics skills needed to manage your server!

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A growing number of Modules Add-ons available for LabCollector LIMS: Scheduler, PhotoBank, Electronic Lab Notebook, Sequencing Service Management...

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Give your team the power to quickly make reservations for equipment or facilities.

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Give your team the power to quickly draw colored plasmid maps.

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