BIOVIA Workbook Case Study

 

The transition from paper-based systems to electronic ones is the most productive transition life science will make, says one of four thought leaders from leading research organizations in this visionary article on the future of the electronic lab.

Research IT directors from Bristol-Myers SquibbCentocor Research and Development, and GlaxoSmithKline describe the information management journey that is enabled by electronic systems like ELNs. It's a journey that along the way improves quality, drives out variability, and leverages the computer to help organizations execute faster, more informed science. 

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  • Why standards and precompetitive collaboration are essential for organizations seeking to implement next-generation technologies
  • How organizations are using electronic systems to release more research potential from paper prisons
  • Which legacy tasks and processes may be unnecessary in an electronic workflow—and how this knowledge can empower scientists 

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BIOVIA Workbook Case Study