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  • Informatics for the Sciences at Molecular Med Tri-Con 2014: Show Me the Data!

    Informatics for the Sciences at Molecular Med Tri-Con 2014: Show Me the Data!

    Wednesday, March 26, 2014
    Technical Article
    Robert L. Stevenson
    Data management is the current choke point in many scientific endeavors. New workflows enabled by advances in hardware and software are making big data a reality for many labs and staff. To me, big ... read more
  • Direct Improvement With Direct Dilution

    Direct Improvement With Direct Dilution

    Friday, August 09, 2013
    Application Note
    Joe Olechno, Sean Ekins, Antony J. Williams, Mark Fischer-Colbrie
    The advent of a new technology often brings far-reaching benefits well beyond the initial perception of its key advantages. Acoustic dispensing, for example, with the ability to have highly ... read more
  • R&D Informatics at Molecular Med Tri-Con 2013

    R&D Informatics at Molecular Med Tri-Con 2013

    Tuesday, February 26, 2013
    Technical Article
    Robert L. Stevenson
    Integrated R&D Informatics and Knowledge Management (I&KM) was the title of one of the 15 programs spread over three days at the 20th Molecular Med Tri-Con held February 13–15 at the Moscone Center in... read more
  • 2012 in Retrospect: A Great Year for Scientific Software

    2012 in Retrospect: A Great Year for Scientific Software

    Tuesday, January 15, 2013
    Technical Article
    Robert L. Stevenson
    Information technology (IT) has become an inegral part of chemical and biochemical research. IT is not uniformly applied, however. In 2012, significant needs were recognized and fulfilled. read more
  • The Multidisciplinary Electronic Laboratory Notebook: Pipe Dream or Proven Success?

    The Multidisciplinary Electronic Laboratory Notebook: Pipe Dream or Proven Success?

    Tuesday, November 01, 2011
    Application Note
    Dominic John, Mariusz Banaszczyk, Gabriel Weatherhead
    Electronic laboratory notebooks (ELNs) emerged in the R&D landscape around 15 years ago with a commendable objective: reduce or eliminate the errors and inefficiencies driven by the use of paper ... read more
  • Connecting the Dots With a Foundation for Biological Registration

    Connecting the Dots With a Foundation for Biological Registration

    Tuesday, August 02, 2011
    Technical Article
    Frank Brown, John Conway
    The last decade has seen huge advances in biological research. The advent of genomics and proteomics,as well as experimental approaches such as next-generation sequencing and high-throughput screening... read more
  • Increased IEF Throughput Using a Dual-Electrode Assembly

    Increased IEF Throughput Using a Dual-Electrode Assembly

    Tuesday, August 02, 2011
    Application Note
    Gary B. Smejkal, Darren J. Bauer
    An isoelectric focusing (IEF) apparatus capable of operating at 12,000 V maximum voltage enables isoelectric focusing of proteins in immobilized pH gradients (IPGs) to be completed in less than 3 hr. read more
  • Optimizing Research Success With Smarter Scientific Informatics

    Optimizing Research Success With Smarter Scientific Informatics

    Monday, May 09, 2011
    Application Note
    Frank Brown
    Regardless of their area of specialization, today’s biotechnology companies want to do two things: improve the speed and success of their research efforts and lower the costs involved in doing so. read more
  • High-Purity Water and pH

    High-Purity Water and pH

    Thursday, June 01, 2006
    Technical Article
    Estelle Riché, Aude Carrié, Nicolas Andin, Stéphane Mabic
    pH influences the rate of many chemical and enzymatic reactions. read more
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