Andrew Anderson recently shared his insight on workflow automation trends in a Pharma Manufacturing article. He emphasizes taking a quality-first approach throughout the automation, digitalization, and analysis processes to truly realize the benefits of Industry 4.0. Here are some of the highlights.
When Widener University switched to online teaching, Chemistry Professor Scott van Bramer turned to online tools as a way to continue educating his students. ACD/Method Selection Suite provided the answer to help his students run virtual experiments, and exposed them to the type of software they will see in their eventual workplaces.
Richard Lee reflects on how biotechnology organizations can use their historical data to address real chemistry world problems; especially during this time when more and more scientists are working remotely.
Norman Aubry, a long time user of our NMR software, shares his experiences with ACD/Labs over the past 25+ years.
At a time when the world is watching and expecting lightning fast results from drug development for SARS-COV-2 therapies I am reflecting on the impediments drug development teams face in releasing an antiviral drug quickly while keeping safety and quality at the forefront.
Andrew Anderson shares some guidelines on how our software can support scientists shifting to a remote working environment.
Do you always update your software programs as soon as the next release is available? Read on for a customer story about why updating to the newest release is important, not to mention the importance of always checking your own work!
We interviewed past attendees of our user group meetings and symposia to better understand the value these meetings bring. Read on for their insightful responses!
There just don’t seem to be enough hours in the day to get everything done. There are ways to gain time and be able to do more but they can be difficult to identify because until we’re exposed to them we carry on as we always have. If you are still doing any of the things discussed here, then there are ways you can gain hours in your day and even do your job better than you are right now!
Graham McGibbon shares his vision of what a lab of the future will look like, and how technology and shifting workflows affect the scientist's day-today-routine.