Bridging the Gap from Information to Intelligence

with Unified Laboratory Intelligence

A new category of R&D informatics solutions is helping scientists better extract and leverage knowledge from generated data.

Article Summary: Ryan Sasaki, Director of Global Strategy (ACD/Labs) discusses Unified Laboratory Intelligence (ULI), a new R&D informatics category focused on the collection and unification of "live" analytical data content (the what) with chemical and structural context (the why). The foundation of ULI is first the ability to collect and unify heterogeneous raw and processed data formats and metadata with chemical and structural information in a homogeneous environment.