May 10, 2016
Scientific research is changing. In order to increase the time to market, researchers want to break down the silos between departments, simplify the way they work and focus on doing science.
May 6, 2016
Chemists are always working with an end goal in mind – to conduct research efficiently and to reach a desired result. They need tools to plan, execute and record reactions, with access to historical experimental results to find new synthetic routes, optimize a reaction, or to develop new lead targets.
January 21, 2016
As oil prices tumble below $40 a barrel, the upstream sector finds itself with significant challenges in terms of managing costs and downsizing. Biofuels (which competes against crude oil) is also suffering, as a more expensive, green resource. But at the other end of the supply chain, the downstream is leveraging the low oil price and looking towards greater efficiencies. What can these organizations learn from the pharmaceutical sector?
June 2, 2015
As competitive pressures grow, innovation has become imperative for research and development (R&D) organizations. In this pursuit, the sharing and efficient use of data is key to ensuring greater efficiency and speed to market. It keeps the cogs of ‘knowledge management’ turning and helps organizations to acquire, create, disseminate and leverage collective data and experience.
November 13, 2014
We are bombarded with tips and tricks for living a healthier lifestyle every single day. In recent years we have seen a shift in attitudes from fast food to clean living. Nowadays, it’s chic to eat healthily: kale is our new chips; blueberries our new buns. Our bodies benefit from clean eating, just as petrochemical companies benefit from engaging in cleaner, greener activity.