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Accelrys ELN to integrate with Reaxys

Accelrys, a provider of scientific innovation lifecycle management software, has announced new chemistry information management possibilities for research scientists arising from its cooperation with Elsevier.

Scientists now can directly access the trusted Reaxys chemistry workflow solution from the Accelrys electronic lab notebook (ELN). This interoperability makes search and retrieval of crucial chemical reactions, substances and related property data faster and more efficient.

The ability to use Reaxys content via the Accelrys ELN enhances synthesis planning and documentation in discovery, accelerates process development and speeds scientific innovation and productivity.

Accelrys says that, using the ELN, chemists, biologists and materials scientists in industry, government and academia now can search a wealth of  experimentally validated chemical reactions while also leveraging a depth of substance data and related properties in organic, organometallic, inorganic and physical chemistry.

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