Big Data and Analytics in Chemicals: From Cheminformatics and LIMS to Launch

The cost to discover, manufacture, and market new chemicals – from drugs to industrial polymers – is rising. Finding the next molecule takes more time, more people, more data, and more money. Today’s research and development teams fight constraints like cost, speed to market, ecological impact, inte...

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