Case Study

Electronic Lab Notebooks - Implementing Next-Generation Laboratory Informatics

Source: Dassault Systèmes Americas
Scientist laboratory research drug discovery

Forty-two years ago, Arthur C. Clarke envisioned the HAL 9000, a sentient computer capable of directing a space mission to Jupiter. At the Symyx Symposium in Barcelona(2010), Stephan Taylor, director of project and process optimization systems in process R&D at Bristol-Myers Squibb, envisioned another version of HAL: the Highly Automated Lab, managed by a sentient electronic lab notebook (ELN). Like the HAL in 2001: A Space Odyssey, Taylor’s HAL can advise scientists about potential problems in their “mission objectives”—in this case, launching a new experiment in an ELN based on a previously input plan.

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