"When everything else you're doing is already electronic, an electronic notebook makes a lot of sense."

Craig Tulig, Associate Director of R&D Systems, Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company

Conventional wisdom holds that biology is not just more complex to manage electronically, but actually more resistant than other areas of discovery to electronic systems such as electronic laboratory notebooks (ELNs). But Millennium, the Takeda Oncology Company, found that by clearly defining workflows and implementing a highly configurable notebook, it could begin moving its entire discovery organization—encompassing both chemists and biologists—to a single ELN system.

Challenge:
Collaboration hindered and drug development slowed by disparate information management systems used by chemists and biologists

Solution:
BIOVIA Workbook (previously Accelrys Electronic Lab Notebook, formerly Symyx Notebook)

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