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Accelerating Laboratory Innovation

Digital transformation is upending how labs achieve results. Accelerating innovation is imperative to stay competitive in today’s business environment. Enthought experts develop specialized solutions to achieve faster results, and shorter go-to-market timelines.

Why Enthought

As the sheer scope of data increases, labs are charged with making sense of highly complex information to make smarter decisions, faster. Leveraging materials informatics and cheminformatics labs can yield insights through data driven decision making, continuous analysis and modeling that directly improve scientific workflows – removing bottlenecks, reducing waste and improving outcomes.

Enthought brings together chemistry expertise with computational excellence. By leveraging the full affordances of digital technologies applied to a deep understanding of the scientific domain, we can expand the range of what’s possible and deliver holistic, integrated solutions to achieve better business outcomes.

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Enthought | Materials Informatics Acceleration Program

Materials and chemical companies are facing increasing pressure to continuously innovate and get products to market faster. Enthought's unique Materials Informatics Acceleration Program helps organizations around the world build internal digital capabilities while tackling real in-house problems and creating value-generating software solutions. Participants finish the program equipped to build data-driven decision-support tools using machine learning and AI to accelerate R&D innovation.

Digitally Transforming Laboratory Research

Laboratories can offer orders of magnitude improvements in efficiency and results delivered through digital transformation. New skills and digital technologies enable scientists to discover new data and workflows, removing drudgery from their work while significantly improving performance. In this video Mike Connell, CDxO, discusses the possibilities digital transformation can bring to chemistry research laboratories.

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Webinar: The Journey to Digital-centric Chemicals and Materials Laboratories

Digital technologies and the innovation they enable are steadily transforming chemicals and materials labs.

This webinar proposes five ‘levels’ of lab digital capability, providing managers and scientists with a mental model to evaluate where they are now, and how to leverage technology and technical leadership to ‘level up’, ultimately transforming lab performance and its impact on the business.

Michael Heiber, PhD

Michael Heiber

Materials Informatics Manager

Frank Longford

Manager, Product Engineering

Andrew Summers

Consulting Manager

Steve Allen

Senior Scientific Software Developer

Chris Angell

Senior Scientific Software Developer

Jack Dragos

Senior Scientific Software Developer

Sandhya Govindraraju

Senior Scientific Software Developer

Maxwell Grady

Senior Scientific Software Developer

Shohei Ogawa

Scientific Software Developer

Sai Rahul Poruri

Senior Scientific Software Developer

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