The Scilligence Weekly Issue No. 15

News Using cultured mouse embryonic stem cells, researchers at Boston University produced thyroid cells, which may be used as a base model for studying the possible causes of thyroid diseases. Read Article Cambridge-based Moderna Therapeutics gives insight into new drugs and vaccines they are currently developing. Read Article Chemists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have created...
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Research Companies Are Adopting a Workflow Management System: You Should Too.

Research Companies Are Adopting a Workflow Management System: You Should Too. For years companies have been keeping organized using project management software. Companies in various industries have adopted these software practices when they needed a better way to streamline their workflow for tracking progress, assigning tasks, approving requests, managing human resource documentation, a...
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What Is HELM?

What is HELM? We’ve been talking a lot about HELM (Hierarchical Editing Language for Macromolecules) lately. You may have read about Scilligence’s partnership with Pistoia Alliance and the implementation of HELM features in Scilligence's JSDraw, TouchMol4Office (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, MedChem Suite), ELN, RegMol, Inventory, and PMF. While we prepare for the official r...
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Here’s Why Your University’s Lab Should Go Digital

Here's Why Your University's Lab Should Go Digital The Benefits of an Electronic Laboratory Notebook     Say “Goodbye” to Those Paper Piles Trying to find details of an old experiment? How about picking up an experiment from a fellow student and not being able to read their notes? It’s time to ditch the paper and consider and Electronic Laboratory Notebook (ELN). With an E...
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