Creating Intelligence to Gain Insight

with Unified Laboratory Intelligence

Ryan Sasaki, Director of Global Strategy (ACD/Labs) discusses Unified Laboratory Intelligence (ULI) in this Drug Discovery & Development article.

Unified laboratory intelligence (ULI) is a technology framework focused exclusively on improving chemical identification, characterization, and optimization for life science, chemical, energy, consumer, industrial, and technology industries. With this technology comes the ability to apply chemical context (why) to the vast amounts of analytical content (what) generated on a daily basis in the laboratory. The ability to collect and unify chemical, structural, and analytical data creates the foundation of an intelligence-from-information “live” cycle. This enables scientists to search, retrieve, and reapply live data throughout the research and development process and to help address the gap acknowledged in the aforementioned survey.