PRESS RELEASE

Symyx Notebook update

Accelrys has announced that the latest release of Symyx Notebook, the company's enterprise electronic laboratory notebook (ELN), offers a new multidimensional scientific spreadsheet for use in planning, executing and tracking a wide range of biological experiments. The new scientific spreadsheet improves data access, enhances knowledge management and reduces laboratory cycle times, while the project tracking and optimisation capabilities improve collaboration and cascade management for project teams and enhance study visibility and capacity management for study directors.

Integration of the new notebook capabilities with the Accelrys Enterprise Platform supports the combined management of information, tasks and collaboration from early-phase screening and assay development through downstream drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics, ADMET, bioanalytical and in vivo pharmacology.

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