Register for Launch2018

User Group Meeting Registration is underway for our Scientific Software User Group Meeting, Launch2018. This year, to better serve our customer base, we will be holding four events. Europe | September 10-12, 2018 (event completed) North America | November 5-7, 2018 Australia-New Zealand | October 30-November 2, 2018 South East Asia | November 2, 2018 Launch2018 is a…

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Thermo Fisher Platform for Science V6 Software Improves the User Experience

While the science our customers do is incredibly diverse, there are some common needs for all our users. They need software that is easy to use, to connect to their instruments and systems and to extend to new workflows. The latest version of Thermo Fisher™ Platform for Science™ software has been designed with all of…

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New Platform for Science-RStudio Marketplace Application

How much data does the world generate every day? The current global estimate is roughly 2.5 quintillion bytes. There is no doubt this explosion of data has and will continue to change our world.  Perhaps the greatest impact is how this increase in data will help scientists to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer.…

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New Analytics Tools in the Platform for Science

RStudio tools for data science development and publishing, are now integrated into Thermo Fisher™ Platform for Science™ software, a leading cloud-based platform supporting scientific data management. Data scientists can use the popular RStudio integrated development environment (IDE) and publish their Shiny apps to RStudio Connect and access these applications from the Platform for Science software. The…

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The Role of ADME & Toxicology Studies in Drug Discovery & Development

What do ADMET studies provide to drug developers? A critical piece in drug discovery and development is conducting DMPK (Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics) studies, often referred to as ADMET (Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Elimination, Toxicity) studies. These studies help to determine the viability of a drug candidate by answering these key questions: Absorption – How much…

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A New Way to Collaborate with Platform for Science

Secure Data and Information Sharing Across the globe, R&D organizations rely on the talent and expertise of partner institutions to accelerate their scientific research. Data is as likely to be shared with a partner half way across the world at a Contact Research Organization (CRO), academic institution or another biopharma or pharma company as it…

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Connecting the Microbial Ecosystem

The Microbiome – A Growing Field Within Research and Development An emerging field of research across multiple industries is the study of the microbiome. Understanding the components of the microbiome, such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi, impacts food production, animal health, environmental restoration and, perhaps most importantly, human health. We now understand that the human…

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WRIB 2018 – A Workshop on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis

A Collaborative Workshop to Discuss Bioanalysis The Workshop on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis (WRIB) gathers industry and regulatory leaders from around the world, to discuss challenges in the discovery and development of bioanalytical, biomarker, and immunogenicity assays. The FDA, Regeneron, Pfizer, MHRA, Sanofi, EMA, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Biogen were just some of the presenters from this…

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Analytica Undergoes a Digital Transformation

Digital Technology to Improve Lab Operations This week in Munich, Germany, 1170 exhibitors from forty-five countries came together for Analytica, the 26th International Trade Fair for Laboratory Technology, Analysis, Biotechnology.  While vendors, including Thermo Fisher Scientific, certainly showed off the latest advancements in instrumentation hardware, there was a decidedly more digital focus this year. Analytica…

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Driving Medicinal Crop Growth and Production

A Growing Market for Medicinal Crops Physicians are increasingly seeing the medical benefits of treating patients who suffer from chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia, Crohn’s disease, lupus, arthritis, nerve damage, and back injuries with medicinal crop treatment regimes. In part, the transition to medicinal crops from other pain relieving treatments is due to the…

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