Themis LIMS Successfully Launched at Alaska State Department of Public Safety Scientific Crime Laboratory (SCDL)

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Themis, RJ Lee Group’s Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS), has been successfully implemented by the ANAB certified Alaska State Department of Public Safety Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory (SCDL) fulfilling a number of needs that were historically handled with spreadsheets and other manual workflows. We recently talked with Orin Dym, Forensic Crime Lab Chief, to learn […]

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Southpointe Location – Canonsburg, PA

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Southpointe Location – Canonsburg, PA RJ Lee Group’s Southpointe location in Canonsburg, PA is becoming known as the center of the Marcellus Shale industry. This office is located in the Matso Building and is only an hour from our Monroeville headquarters outside of Pittsburgh. Our Southpointe location is the base for our Information and Software […]

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Laboratory Testing Guide 2018 Published

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RJ Lee Group is pleased to announce the release of our Laboratory Testing Guide 2018, which features many of the services, methods, and analyses techniques offered by the company. In addition to the categories included in the past, such as environmental and industrial hygiene services, materials characterization services, criminal forensics services, pharmaceutical services, and others, […]

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RJ Lee Group Offers Lower Detection Limits for Respirable Crystalline Silica

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New OSHA standards for respirable crystalline silica (RCS) have generated quite a bit of discussion among industrial hygiene and environmental health and safety professionals.  Enforcement of the new regulations began on September 23rd, 2017 for the construction industry, with a 30-day grace period so companies had ample time to implement control measures and address any […]

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Swabs or Stubs? It’s Not Even A Question

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Gunshot Residue Analysis Gunshot residue (GSR) has long been collected during criminal investigations.  Currently, the standard method for collecting primer GSR is using adhesive stubs which can then be analyzed via scanning electron microscopy (SEM).  Prior to SEM analysis, the most common method of analyzing primer GSR was atomic absorption which utilizes cotton swabs for […]

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