Andrew Anderson, VP of Innovation & Informatics Strategy, recently spoke with Scientific Computing World about some of the challenges associated with data standardization and how the value of data can be realized. Here’s an overview of what he covered...
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.
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.
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.
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.
Defining Technology Buzzwords: What Machine Learning, Data Lakes and Artificial Intelligence Means for You
Richard Lee breaks down the current technology buzzwords and what you need to know about machine learning, data lakes, artificial intelligence, and more.
For scientists involved in pharmaceutical development, high throughput experimentation is commonplace for activities such as reaction optimization, process development, catalyst screening, and reaction scale-up. While there are many observed benefits of implementing HTE workflows in laboratories, it also dramatically affects corporate informatics infrastructures and there are significant impediments to its utilization. In order to optimize laboratory efficiency and support the lab of the future, the industry requires a technological solution that can help streamline workflows and demonstrate data integrity. That's why we've recently launched Katalyst D2D to solve the industry’s greatest pain points in HT experimentation. Read on to learn more about our new solution for high throughput experimentation and parallel synthesis.
Andrew Anderson muses about our upcoming visit to our 23rd Pittcon conference as we celebrate our 25th anniversary with an exciting new product launch.