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ACD/Labs: empowering data-driven decisions

26 June 2019 | By

ACD/Labs helps scientific R&D organisations assemble digitised analytical, structural and molecular information for effective decision-making, problem solving and product lifecycle control by their scientists. Their enterprise technologies enable automation of molecular characterisation and product development, and facilitate chemically intelligent knowledge management, data analytics and collaboration – both within organisations and…

European Pharmaceutical Review Issue 3 2019

20 June 2019 | By

In this issue we explore reasons behind critical key drug shortages in the EU, whether viability methods effectively detect all viable organisms and how companies can future-proof their digital technologies ahead of Brexit. Also included are articles on higher order protein structure, FMD compliance and Raman spectroscopy.

LABVOLUTION: Paving the way for the lab of the future

29 May 2019 | By

The connected laboratory is now the only way forward, as the three days of the LABVOLUTION show have clearly demonstrated. Decision-makers, product developers and users from the various segments of the laboratory industry gathered in Hannover for a close look at the latest developments and future trends.

Product Hub: High-throughput experimentation made easier with Katalyst D2D

15 May 2019 | By

Katalyst D2D is a new software application from ACD/Labs that makes the planning, execution and analysis of high-throughput, parallel experiments easier than ever before. Katalyst is a web-based digital environment that integrates with existing informatics systems, lab automation hardware, analytical instrumentation and automated execution systems for an efficient, streamlined workflow.

Creating a modern landscape

13 May 2019 | By

There are many business challenges to developing a biologics drug, one of which is effective data management. In this article, Unjulie Bhanot focuses on efficient data management policies and systems, and how they could improve biologics product development processes.