Experiment. Collect Instrument Data. Analyze

Collect, process and report instrument data directly into the Integrated Analytical Module for Arxspan ELN (Electronic Lab Notebook)

Webinar Length: 1hr

What you will gain from attending this webinar:

Attend this webinar to learn about the industry’s first module for ELN (Electronic Laboratory Notebook) designed specifically for use with analytical instruments such as NMR and mass spec.

You will hear how CatSci, a global innovation partner for process research and development, uses the module to automate data processes and tie R&D activities to Quality Control.

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Jeff Carter

Co-founder and COO Arxspan

Dr Guy Brenchley

Principal Scientist, CatSci Ltd

Get Back the 90 Mins of Every Scientists’ Day Spent Looking for Data From Instruments

The new module is an integrated, highly scalable solution that automates the collection of instrument data. 

The user-friendly, cloud-based module enables scientists to automatically capture, categorize, centralize and share data and results. 

Automated Data Analysis: Instrumentation Integration

The module can be used with any lab instrument but is particularly suited to instruments that generate significant amounts of data. For example, NMR and Mass Spectrometers’ spectral analysis and QC data. 

Arxspan’s Analytical module is a highly scalable cloud-based solution that enables lab managers and scientists to automate the capture, processing, and reporting of analytical data. The centralizing of data creates a reference database of analytical results from NMR, Mass Spec, and other techniques.

Speaker Details

Jeff Carter, Co-founder and COO Arxspan

Jeff is a co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Arxspan, which offers a cloud-based electronic laboratory notebook platform for managing and sharing scientific information.

As COO of the company, Jeff oversees commercial and operational functions, including business development, account management, and product management. He has nearly twenty years of management experience in the scientific informatics and cloud computing industries, including over ten years of software development experience.

Prior to Arxspan, Jeff held various technical and commercial positions in CambridgeSoft, a provider of chemical informatics software products to scientists, as well as technical roles at Amazon.com. Jeff has a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He has presented extensively in the areas of scientific workflow management, research collaboration, and electronic laboratory notebooks.

Speaker Details

Dr Guy Brenchley, Principal Scientist, CatSci

Guy is a Technical Project Lead at CatSci, managing a team of scientists, steering delivery and innovation on customer projects whilst also acting as a consulting scientific resource for other project teams.

He has a strong interest in the electronic notebook area, having played a leading role in designing, developing, and rolling out an ELN solution at a previous employer.

Guy obtained a BSc and PhD from Bath University in the early 1990s and immediately embarked on a career in industry, joining the push to explore Combi-chem. After almost two decades in the medicinal chemistry arena, he moved into process chemistry, joining CatSci in 2017. He is currently enjoying the challenges working as an innovation partner with 8 of the 10 largest pharmaceutical companies worldwide.

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