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Building a multi-technique polymer database at the University of Lille Nord de France Lille, France, January 12, 2015—In France, the Materials and Transformations Unit (“Unité Matériaux Et Transformations”, UMET) of the University of Lille Nord de France houses a diverse group of materials science laboratories. Recently the Polymer Systems Engineering group added ACD/ChemAnalytical Workbook and...

From its modest beginnings in the 1950s, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy has become the premier analytical tool for the determination of structure of organic natural products. Structural elucidation efforts were originally limited to proton NMR and typically required both relatively large quantities of material and considerable time. However, modern NMR spectrometers, with an array...

The ACD/Spectrus Platform makes it easier than ever for organizations to capture and re-use the analytical intelligence gathered every day from data generated to solve problems and answer questions. Uniquely connect live analytical data from multiple techniques and instruments, with chemical and structural information, in a vendor-neutral environment to store knowledge that can be accessed,...

ACD/Labs recently sponsored a webinar titled, “Breathing Life into Your Analytical Data.” Co-hosting the event were Ryan Sasaki, Director of Global Strategy at ACD/Labs, who discussed how to avoid the “one-and-done” data lifecycle and achieve better returns from analytical data generation, and Steve Thomas, an investigator at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) who shared how their DMPK group...

ADME/Tox and PhysChem predictions on the Percepta Platform will help educate and train the next generation of pharmaceutical scientists. Toronto, Canada (16, December, 2013)—The Université Paris-Sud (France), School of Pharmacy, has selected ACD/Labs’ ADME, Toxicity, and PhysChem predictors on the ACD/Percepta Platform, to enable in silico evaluation of pharmaceutical substances and research compounds. The software...

Chromatographic method development continues to be one of the most challenging tasks for separations scientists today. In this article we discuss a comprehensive strategy for investigating design space and optimizing methods using ACD/AutoChrom software. A strategy that combines hardware, software, and personal and organizational knowledge is highlighted. Return on investment is also presented by scientists...