Andrew Anderson shares some guidelines on how our software can support scientists shifting to a remote working environment.
As corporate distributed environments are becoming the norm, there is a need for a multi-user, multi-location online lab environment as well. To that end, ACD/Labs has added a new deployment option on our Percepta Platform that allows end users to access our property calculators remotely from any location at any time—Percepta Portal.
What do you think of when you hear the word predict? Before I started grad school, I probably would have answered that question with crystal balls and fortune tellers. In reality, scientific predictions are calculations based on empirical evidence - not gut feelings. When used appropriately, they play an integral role in expediting academic and industrial workflows, reducing instrument time, and ultimately, saving money.
In 2017 we conducted our first formal customer service oriented survey. Completed by 482 industry professionals working in pharmaceuticals, academia, agrosciences, life science, and chemicals and materials science, our survey explored satisfaction with ACD/Labs’ support, responsiveness, employee knowledge, and overall software quality. A summary of the results is presented here.
As 2017 comes to an end, Daria Thorp, President and CEO of ACD/Labs, looks back the company's 23 year history, and recounts some of its notable solutions, including ACD/Spectrus, ACD/Name and ACD/Percepta. She also discusses Luminata, ACD/labs' award winning impurity control informatics solution, which was introduced earlier this year.
Last week, we announced updates across our suite of informatics software! These improvements deliver enhanced functionality to a number of offerings on the ACD/Spectrus and ACD/Percepta Platforms. The updates also includes the introduction of our all-new metabolite identification solution, MetaSense.
UPDATED: Apr. 15, 2021 Most of us who’ve worked in chemistry know about logP. The partition coefficient makes it into Lipinski’s rule of five and most post-secondary educations. But when it comes to logP, we mean one exact chemical structure. If a compound ionizes, it’s not the same structure. And since most compounds investigated in pharmaceutical and pharmacological research contain ionizable sites, it’s not logP we should be concerned about, but logD.