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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

New Fields and Exciting Applications for Benchtop NMR's
Aug 06, 2020
ACD/Labs
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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How To Overcome Bottlenecks To Expedite Drug Approvals
Aug 03, 2020
ACD/Labs
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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Advancing AI Initiatives in R and D
Jun 11, 2020
ACD/Labs
Richard Lee of ACD/Labs discusses the possibilities of using artificial intelligence in R&D, and what this outlook means for IT leaders at pharmaceutical organizations.
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Using data to create a quality-first approach to Industry 4.0
Jun 03, 2020
ACD/Labs
Andrew Anderson discusses how data can help keep quality at the core of your processes.
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Is the Pharma Industry Developing Cultural Intelligence?
Mar 23, 2020
ACD/Labs
Andrew Anderson responds to how technology will impact pharma, in Pharma Almanac's Q1 2020 issue.
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Standardising Access to Data
Feb 28, 2020
S. Ktori (Laboratory informatics)
Sophia Ktori speaks with ACD/Labs' Andrew Anderson about helping lab users increase productivity through data standards and characterizing the interpretation of data.
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Innovative digital tools to enhance manufacturing performance
Feb 17, 2020
M. Parrish (Pharma Manufacturing)
In this article about digital tools that help organizations make data-driven manufacturing decisions, Meagan Parrish speaks to ACD/Labs Joe DiMartino about how Luminata helps organizations from early development through manufacturing.
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How Technology Has Changed The Role of an Analytical Chemist
Feb 07, 2020
R.J. Mackenzie (Technology Networks)
In this article Ruairi Mackenzie speaks with ACD/Labs' Andrew Anderson about Anderson's unique vantage point into how technology affects the analytical chemistry field. Read on for a discussion of how the day-to-day life of a chemist has been changed by technologies like AI and automation and how budding chemists can get their skillset up to scratch to handle the changing face of analytical science.
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Under the microscope: Mitigating risks in manufacturing processes
Feb 01, 2020
A. Anderson
In the light of recent media coverage about product recalls – particularly resulting from the detection and presence of NDMA – this article outlines ways to avoid the wide-ranging negative impacts on patients, pharmacies, manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies and health authorities and offers ways to mitigate the risk of future recalls.
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NMR-Based Computer-Assisted Structure Elucidation (CASE) of Small Organic Molecules in Solution: Recent Advances
Sep 12, 2019
M. Elyashberg, D. Argyropoulos
CASE (computer‐assisted structure elucidation) first appeared in the late 1960s but really gained traction in the 1990s as more information‐rich 2D NMR experiments were developed. In this article, we discuss the strategies of CASE for small organic molecules in solution. Cognitive grounds and the principal CASE flow‐diagram, as well as the main obstacles impeding structure elucidation (presence of 'nonstandard' correlations and ambiguity of 2D NMR data, deficit of hydrogen, etc.) are discussed and methods to overcome these challenges are suggested. The methods are illustrated by examples of solving challenging problems. It has been shown that CASE can be used to avoid pitfalls during structure elucidation and to determine the most efficient combinations of 2D NMR experiments. Methodology of DFT‐based NMR spectrum prediction in synergistic combination with CASE is explained. The last advances in 3D structure elucidation and stereochemistry determination using RDCs and RCSAs are considered. In conclusions, perspectives of CASE development are discussed.
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Overcoming the Data Analysis Bottleneck in High-throughput Chemistry
Sep 02, 2019
R. Mackenzie (Technology Networks)
Technology Networks spoke with ACD/Labs' Andrew Anderson about how the field of biochemical research is being changed by automation and how our new product, Katalyst D2D, hopes to speed up pharmaceutical development.
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