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Articles & Third-Party References on ACD/Labs Software and Solutions

Recent journal articles and third-party references about ACD/Labs from the last year

Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology
This article highlights the use of ACD/ChemSketch to draw and optimize structures used in this study.
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Chemical & Engineering News
C&EN spoke with three Pfizer scientists about their efforts to standardize access to analytical data, and the recent webinar they gave on the topic with ACD/Labs.
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eCampus News
Learning outside the physical science lab is challenging with classes moving online, but science educators can look to certain software to enhance students' learning experience. Read more about how Widener University utilized ACD/Method Selection Suite to help students run virtual experiments.
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Molecules
Research for this article was carried out by Jean-Marc Nuzillard's laboratory at the Université de Reims Champagne Ardenne, CNRS, France. ACD/NMR Predictors (1H and 13C NMR) was used to process the data.
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Outsourcing-Pharma.com
Andrew Anderson from ACD/Labs, a small-molecule solutions company, explains how the ever-increasing mountain of life-sciences data has impacted drug development.
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Analytical Chemistry
Customers of ACD/LC Simulator (now available as ACD/Method Selection Suite) contributed to this article on how they used the software to optimize 2D LC separations.
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Journal Educational Verkenning
This article highlights the use of ACD/ChemSketch to assist in teaching chemistry concepts to high school, undergraduate, and graduate chemistry students.
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Technology Networks
Andrew Anderson (VP Innovation & Informatics Strategy, ACD/Labs) published this article discussing artificial intelligence and data science, and why data accessibility is more important than ever.
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Magn. Reson. Chem.
Computer-Assisted Structure Elucidation (CASE) is a powerful approach for elucidating complex chemical structures. In a new featured article in Magnetic Resonance Chemistry, ACD/Labs Mikhail Alyashberg and Dimitris Argyropoulos discuss the most likely directions in which CASE will evolve based on its synergistic relationship with advances NMR experiments and computational chemistry.
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Chromatography Today
Graham McGibbon (Director of Strategic Partnerships, ACD/Labs) participated in a panel discussion on chromatographic data handling.
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Pharmaceutical Technology
Joe DiMartino spoke with Pharmaceutical Technology about the impact COVID-19 is having on the pharmaceutical supply chain and how companies can prepare for these challenges.
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Labcompare
Benchtop instruments have made NMR spectroscopy more accessible to chemists and have opened new opportunities for the chemical industry. As this technology continues to evolve, benchtop NMR users will experience streamlined industrial workflows and accelerated innovation in Research and Development.
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Outsourcing-Pharma.com
Joe DiMartino discusses the most challenging obstacles in the pharma supply chain, and solutions that can conquer them.
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Life Science Leader
In this article Joe DiMartino, Luminata Solution Manager at ACD/Labs, discusses common bottlenecks in the drug approval process and how to overcome them.
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Analytical Chemistry
In this article, Merck describes how they used ACD/LC Simulator to model peak crossover and improve productivity in prep LC development.
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Journal of Applied Science, Engineering, Technology, and Education
Using ACD/ChemSketch as a teaching tool, specifically for the topic of hydrocarbons in chemistry courses, was shown to increase student motivation to learn in this article.
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Wiley Analytical Science
In the interview with Christina Poggel for Wiley Analytical Science, James Hogbin talks about most important advancements in separation science, his tips and tricks for method development and the distinction between separations and analytical methods.
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