Forthcoming Conferences May 2014
May 2014 May 13 - 15, 2014   European Lab Automation 2014Barcelona, Spain   Further informationThe 4th annual European Lab Automation ExhibitionSuggested reading:     Real-Time PCR   Bionanotechnology   Real-Time PCR in Food Science May 14 - 15, 2014   Advances in Automation and RoboticsBarcelona, Spain   Further informationWill cover robotics in biobanking, drug discovery and development and aspects of compound management. May 14 - 15, 2014   Advances in Cellular Assays and Cell CultureBarcelona, Spain   Further informationWill focus primarily on bio-processing technologie...
Source: Microbiology Blog: The weblog for microbiologists. - May 13, 2014 Category: Microbiology Source Type: blogs

Critical Care Compendium update
LITFL’s Critical Care Compendium is a comprehensive collection of pages concisely covering the core topics and controversies of critical care. Currently there are almost 1,500 entries with more in the works… Some pages are more developed than others, and all the pages are being constantly revised and improved. Links to new references and online resources are added daily, with an emphasis on those that are free and open access (FOAM!). These pages originated from the FCICM exam study notes created by Dr Jeremy Fernando in 2011, and have been updated, modified and added to since. As such will be partic...
Source: Life in the Fast Lane - November 17, 2013 Category: Emergency Medicine Doctors Authors: Chris Nickson Tags: Critical Care Compendium Education eLearning Emergency Medicine Featured CCC LITFL collection Source Type: blogs

VisualDx Mobile: a Quick App Review and a Q&A with Noah Craft, CMO of VisualDx
We had the chance to take a look at the VisualDx mobile app, the mobile version of VisualDx Health, a website that helps in clinical decision making of dermatologic, infectious, genetic, metabolic, nutritional and occupational diseases, benign and malignant growths, drug-induced conditions, and other injuries. The app is available for iOS in the iTunes Store and through Google Play for Android devices. It features a trial period of 15 days, but requires a license after it’s over. This will cost you between $99.99 and $299.99 for one year, depending on which content you want access to. However, a cheaper license is av...
Source: Medgadget - July 9, 2013 Category: Technology Consultants Authors: Stanley Darma Tags: Dermatology Diagnostics Informatics Medgadget Exclusive Source Type: blogs