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  • Managing Stability Studies in the Collaborative Electronic R&D Environment
    • Managing Stability Studies in the Collaborative Electronic R&D Environment

    • Presenter: Pierre Morieux , Company: PerkinElmer
    • Duration: 45 min
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  • Whether he/she is formulating medicines, paints, fragrances or rubbers, today’s scientist is faced with the task of continuously improving the properties of molecules and mixtures with high added value. The resistance of finished products to harsh storage conditions is a necessary hurdle to overcome before being able to reach the market.

    In this webinar we will see how a team of research scientists can work electronically in a collaborative fashion and manage stability or aging studies from beginning to end to quickly determine the impact of single ingredients on the stability or performance of formulations under various test conditions. Visualizing those test results under the form of dynamic, interactive dashboards will help scientists make better data-driven decisions as to the next steps their research should be taking.

    Presenter:

    Pierre Morieux, PhD

    Field Application Scientist - ChemDraw Wizard

    PerkinElmer Inc.

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