ELN aids Australian drug discovery

The Centre for Drug Candidate Optimisation (CDCO), at Monash University, Australia, has licensed the E-WorkBook Suite from IDBS to provide a central repository for its research data.

As a collaborative research centre within the Victorian College of Pharmacy at Monash University, the CDCO sought an application for the capture of both chemical and biological data generated by physiochemical and toxicological studies of new drug candidates.

Susan Charman, director at the CDCO, said: ‘E-WorkBook’s flexible design means that it can be applied across multiple disciplines, supporting the capture of diverse research data and knowledge within one secure environment.’

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