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LIMSjournal - Fall 2019
Volume 5, Issue 3
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LIMSjournal - Fall 2019: Volume 5, Issue 3

This collection of 13 open-access journal articles loaded to LIMSwiki in July–September 2019 is compiled as a convenient, easy-to-access compilation. It is organized alphabetically by topic and then by author, with the author and publication year appearing at the end for your convenience.

1. Botanical analysis and research
Development of standard operating protocols for the optimization of Cannabis-based formulations for medical purposes (Baratta et al. 2019)
A bibliometric analysis of Cannabis publications: Six decades of research and a gap on studies with the plant (Matielo et al. 2018)
Leaner and greener analysis of cannabinoids (Mudge et al. 2017)
Costs of mandatory cannabis testing in California (Valdes-Donoso et al. 2019)
2. Cyber- and cyberbiosecurity
Virtualization-based security techniques on mobile cloud computing: Research gaps and challenges (Annane and Ghazali 2019)
Next steps for access to safe, secure DNA synthesis (Diggans and Leproust 2019)
Smart grids and ethics: A case study (Hatzakis et al. 2019)
CyberMaster: An expert system to guide the development of cybersecurity curricula (Hodhod et al. 2019)
Cyberbiosecurity for biopharmaceutical products (Matle et al. 2019)
3. Environmental, health, and laboratory informatics
Heart failure and healthcare informatics (Anwar et al. 2019)
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s public-health monitoring and analysis platform: A satellite-derived environmental information system supporting epidemiological study (Oyashi et al. 2019)
4. Information management
An integrated data analytics platform (Armstrong et al. 2019)
Building open access to research (OAR) data infrastructure at NIST (Greene et al. 2019)