The Case of the Failing Pipette
Last week, Anaheim, California hosted the Society of Quality Assurance (SQA) 34th Annual Meeting. The SQA Annual Meeting is committed to advancing the standards of quality assurance. The theme for this year’s SQA annual meeting was The Wonderful World of Quality.
During this year’s meeting, AIT Bioscience’s Quality Assurance Specialist, Jasmine Roach, had the opportunity to present her poster, The Case of the Failing Pipette – A Case Study of Auditing in an Electronic Bioanalytical Laboratory. Roach investigated the impact of a common laboratory challenge, a failing pipette, has on data quality and how the assessment of that impact is facilitated by an electronic laboratory notebook environment. To learn about the insights gained from her investigation, view Jasmine’s poster.