3 Trends for Scientists To Watch in 2023

Dec 19, 2022

As a company that delivers Digital Transformation for Science, part of our job at Enthought is to understand the trends that will affect how our clients do their science. Below are three trends that caught our attention in 2022 that we predict will take center stage in 2023. ChatGPT This one just showed up on…

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Accelerating Science: the Classical Mechanics Perspective

Dec 6, 2022

When thinking about enhancing R&D processes, Newton’s second law of motion provides the perfect framework. Classical mechanics teaches us that putting a body into motion requires applying force. The resulting acceleration will be the sum of the forces applied to the body, divided by the body’s mass: a = F/m. So, if we want to…

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Announcing Enthought Academy

Oct 10, 2022

Dear Students and Friends of Enthought,  I am pleased to announce Enthought Academy—the culmination of over twenty years of teaching Scientific Python. Since our founding in 2001, Enthought has worked in the Scientific Python ecosystem, consulting in both the public and private sectors, solving hard science problems. As the creators of the SciPy package, cofounders…

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Extracting Target Labels from Deep Learning Classification Models

Sep 5, 2022

In the blog post Configuring a Neural Network Output Layer we highlighted how to correctly set up an output layer for deep learning models. Here, we discuss how to make sense of what a neural network actually returns from the output layers. If you are like me, you may have been surprised when you first…

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True DX in the Pharma R&D Lab Defined by Enthought

May 25, 2022

Enthought’s team in Japan exhibited at the Pharma IT & Digital Health Expo 2022 life sciences conference in Tokyo, to meet with pharmaceutical industry leaders gathering for technological insight and to revitalize market growth. 200 companies exhibited across the 3-day in-person event, which drew over 6,700 attendees. With digital transformation a headline theme, the show…

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Life Sciences Labs Optimize with New Digital Technologies and Upskilling

May 16, 2022

Labs are resetting the trajectory for drug development: reducing timelines from years to months; decreasing costs from billions to millions; and gaining an advantage by delivering drugs to market in months rather than decades. This value combination is a compelling case for investment in digital capability and organizational transformation. A 100x or 1000x advance in…

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Webinar Q&A: Accelerating Product Reformulation with Machine Learning

Oct 28, 2021

In our recent C&EN Webinar: Accelerating Consumer Products Reformulation with Machine Learning, we demonstrated how to leverage digital tools and technology to bring new products to market faster. The webinar was well attended by scientists, engineers, and business leaders across the product development spectrum eager to learn how these concepts can be applied to their…

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Scientists Who Code

Oct 6, 2021

Digital skills personas for success in digital transformation The digital skills mix varies widely across companies, from those just starting to invest in digital transformation initiatives, to ones well into their journey. Building a community of people who think digitally and are able to innovate and quickly prototype ideas is key to delivering results.  Author:…

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The Challenges of Scaling Digital Advances in Life Sciences

Oct 6, 2021

Scaling innovations in R&D can be considered challenging in two dimensions: from lab to lab; and from the lab to the end customer. A 100x or 1000x advance in R&D efficiency challenges an organization to adapt, from R&D to engineering, manufacturing, and to the marketplace, where there is a significant business opportunity.   Incremental Advances…

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Digital Transformation in Practice

Jun 30, 2021

Taken from the webinar, the frequent strategy of digitalization-layering digital tools and technology onto existing processes-provides incremental value, which soon flattens out. At the other end, companies born with digital DNA (for example an Amazon) are capable of incredible innovation and adaptation. The reality is, most companies must transform to develop digital DNA. Applied digital…

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