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University of Cambridge Selects IDBS as Data Management Provider and Commences a R&D Collaboration
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University of Cambridge Selects IDBS as Data Management Provider and Commences a R&D Collaboration

University of Cambridge Selects IDBS as Data Management Provider and Commences a R&D Collaboration
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University of Cambridge Selects IDBS as Data Management Provider and Commences a R&D Collaboration

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IDBS announces the formation of a strategic relationship with the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge.

The Department has selected IDBS’ E-WorkBook as its Chemistry Electronic Laboratory Notebook, and the two organizations have begun a collaborative R&D initiative, which will provide both organizations with significant cheminformatics assets and opportunities.

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge will deploy IDBS’ E-WorkBook and IDBS’ suite of chemistry technologies across its broad spectrum of research areas, and will use the system as a platform for many of its ongoing national, and international collaborative programmes.

IDBS and the Department of Chemistry will also set up a joint research and development effort, which will play a significant role in bringing new cheminformatics technologies to the market through IDBS products.

The use and ongoing development of IDBS’ chemical technology platform through this R&D collaboration will encompass many of these important new areas, including new approaches to structure authoring, drawing and representation, annotation, context-rich chemical ontologies, polymer support and the application of the electronic workbook environment as a tool to enhance research excellence.
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