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Re: vertical Odoo modules for life sciences

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BERNE Pierre
- 25/06/2015 08:18:25
The general scope of the project is to provide a core set of modules
covering the business needs shared by a majority of potential customers.
Typical targets are companies working in the field of biological
molecules : biopharmaceutical companies (R&D), biotech companies,
service providers, as well as academic institutions.

The following will be quite technical if you are not familiar with
protein science and molecular biology.
I have started working on the database structure to describe the typical
business objects : DNA and protein molecules, cell lines, but also
process steps, such as cloning, protein expression and purification, and
laboratory samples generated by these processes. Beyond the database, I
am putting some business and scientific logics (as an example
translation of DNA to protein with use the genetic code)
Difficult to make an exhaustive list of the functionnalities : I guess
for any module in Odoo, if it fits well with a business, users find
immediate benefits in use of the database to manage their daily
business.

Pierre-François

Le mardi 23 juin 2015 à 07:52 +0000, Alexandre Fayolle a écrit :
> On 22/06/2015 23:08, BERNE wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > As discussed with some of you during the Odoo experience, I have started
> > working on Odoo modules for specific business needs, such as
> > biotechnology and pharmaceutical research. It is quite far from an ERP,
> > but very interesting !
> > I think it may be too early to make it as a community project, but I
> > would like to ask around if someone has already worked on such type of
> > module or has similar interests.
> >
> > Best regards,
> > Pierre-François
> >
> >
> > Pierre-François Berne
> > https://www.linkedin.com/in/PierreFrancoisBerne
> >
> 
> This sounds interesting. Could you share with us an overview of the
> functionalities you are currently working on and the general scope of
> your project?
> 


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