PXT999 Research Project


You will work as a lab technician in the development department of a pharmaceutical firm that develops new drugs.

The lab holds confidential information related to drug development.

It also holds confidential information regarding volunteers who are involved in drug trials.

Your manager asks you to create a report on the problems in storage and communication of the information processed in the laboratory. This will compare the systems used in the development laboratory with those used in the company’s manufacturing division.



Through Software, Parallel programming, and Algorithms, large data sets can yield useful scientific information.

When processing large amounts of scientific data, COSHH records, Scientific Data, Scientific apparatus Records, Specification levels (Showalter, Larson, 2014.), Report records, Quality control data, Security, Data Protection Act, Data Disposal records, Safety checks and Health records are used.

The transformation of collected information into useful forms for the customer has many dimensions, as we have discussed.

Only collect data that are useful: Only collect data that are useful. This will allow you to be in a better position to establish the data that you need and the way that the data will change into information that is suitable for your customer’s needs (Muhsin Sampath, Gruber, and Gruber (2015)).

Analytical tools are used: The analytical tools are useful for the analysis of both the data and the information.

Accuracy: The analyst process must not be flooded with details. This can lead to a waste of time and money.

Data Conversion into Information: This involves the analysis and conversion of data.

Different data analysis tools can be used, depending on what type of data is being analyzed or converted to information (Li and al. 2016, 2016).

Making decisions using the information. Customers will use the collected data as well as the analyzed information to help them decide what is important in their decision.

This would also include determining the most important sections and parts of the information to be used in the decision making process and how they might impact the success or failure (Muhsin Sampath, Gruber, and Gruber (2015)).

Laboratory workers use a variety of techniques to store and manage scientific information, including filling systems and Laboratory Information Management System.

Communication is essential to the success of any workplace laboratory.

The outcome of the work depends on how it is communicated.

You can communicate with your colleagues as well as customers or regulators by using:

Open communication: It is possible to express oneself with passion through open communication.

The audience will be more than just listeners to what is being spoken, they will also feel and see the message.

Emails allow for the transmission of messages to other team members, without them having to leave their workplaces. (Greiner (2015)

One on One: This is mostly used to make sure that the point to be made is clearer

Use body language to facilitate faster and more effective communication

Use of PowerPoint: Some messages can be better understood when they are presented visually and in sounds.

Microsoft PowerPoint presentations are a great tool for team communication. They can make reference to the message when there is not enough clarity (Greiner (2015)).

Whatever the medium of communication, improvements in the way information can be communicated are based on three main pillars: clarity and conciseness, compelling, and persuasive.

This means that the speaker uses language that is understandable by the listeners. It also requires consideration of the audience, including their knowledge and lack thereof.

It would be crucial for the speaker to communicate their message clearly with the audience.

Data sharing in scientific information refers to the transfer of scientific information among professionals working in the same field.

The benefits of sharing information are not just for those who receive it, but also for scientific research as a whole.

The benefits are: Improves understandings of laboratory findings; enhancing the pooling and analysis of data from multiple experiments to extend scientific discoveries beyond that which can be achieved by one study; improves scientific research accuracy (Muhsin Sampath, Gruber, 2015); fulfills research participants’ obligations

The most common barriers are cultural and legal barriers that affect privacy of patients and fears about misuse of shared information (Showalter, Larson, 2014).

Information, practice and scientific research often fall under the control of bioethical as well as ethical considerations. A third party should be consulted to ensure that scientific information is safe stored.

This includes patient identification, consent, duty of information, understanding of the limitations of various tests, confidentiality, and patient identification.


As with any other area of research and storage, there are many obstacles that prevent the retrieval or use of large quantities of data.

Some of the problems include increasing speed, adapting to new techniques, dividing files into manageable chunks and depending upon virtualization


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Instrumentation information management and control network.

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