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.
As 2019 draws to a close, Daria Thorp looks back on events over the past year that have laid the groundwork for the internet-enabled future of industries like ours, and reminisces about our 25th anniversary celebrations as a global company.
In the third and final part of our employee spotlight blog series we’re spotlighting employees in Belarus, India, and Russia by sharing some information about them and having them share some information about ACD/Labs. We have some experienced, ambitious, and passionate employees located all around the world and we are proud to share their stories with you!
What will the Lab of the Future look like? Andrew Anderson offers his insights into how ACD/Labs is poised to deliver products and capabilities to help usher companies into this unknown future.
Part two of our three part blog series where we highlight our employees around the world! For this blog post, we spoke with four employees based in the US, UK, and Germany about their past, present, and future experiences in the industry and at our company.
There are numerous ways that the 3D structure of a molecule can be elucidated, including the use of our own ACD/Structure Elucidator software. I had the chance to sit down with Dimitris Argyropoulos, our NMR Business Manager, after SMASH 2019 and discuss 3D structure elucidation and the technology involved in its current and future use.
No Man Nor Organization is an Island | A Meditation on the Importance of Partnerships for Scientific Innovation
Graham McGibbon shares his thoughts on the importance of business partnerships as a means to advance scientific innovation.
Reliable structure verification of candidate molecules is at the very core of any successful chemical discovery or development program. NMR provides unprecedented levels of information for unraveling the actual structure of compounds, and is an essential tool for chemists to confirm that they made what they intended to make. Read on to learn about ACD/Labs' efforts in the area of structure verification.
Each year around this time we release a new version of our software, and this year is no different. As I sit down to write about the v2019 updates to our Spectrus and Percepta Platforms, I find myself thinking about the culmination of customer feedback, the expertise of our worldwide team, the milestone of our 25th anniversary, and the meticulous planning needed to get here.