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BIOVIA Chemical Development Webinars

Today’s chemical development labs are busy places that create fascinating new chemicals, new formulations and new products that boost the bottom line. However, legacy solutions often impede workflows, make it difficult to find and share data, and hamper innovation. To succeed, a lab must speed up its pace of innovation. The BIOVIA Chemical Research and Development Solution is designed to solve the digital challenges of your lab – from efficient capture of experimental observations through product optimization and process scale-up.

The BIOVIA Chemical Research & Development Solution is a suite of capabilities supported by a common platform that create sustainable innovation in chemical development labs by reducing experiment cycles and duration, streamlining experimentation processes, delivering process efficiencies and saving time and costs.

Upcoming Webinars

Date Title and Speaker
December 6th
10am NY / 3pm UK

Digital Continuity in the Chemical Lab – and Beyond
Presented by: Jim Brown

Synopsis:

Independent research firm Tech-Clarity conducted a survey to understand how companies are moving to 'digital'. The research uncovers digital priorities and requirements for digital continuity. Examine the results and discover how your digital approach compares. You will also learn what is required for chemical companies to achieve customer-centric innovation.
Join this live webinar to discover how a digital approach in the lab can improve performance as well as help accelerate time to market. Explore how your peers are reusing company intellectual property and knowledge.

Register now to hear the lead researcher, Jim Brown, reveal the survey findings. You can:

  • Review leading companies priorities and approaches to digitalizing the lab
  • Compare survey results with your approach to process technologies, requirements and success rates
  • Learn digital continuity best practices from leading companies in your industry
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Past Webinars in the Series

Title and Speaker

Developing a Digital Strategy for Formulation Management in the Chemicals Industry
Presented by: Nick Reynolds

Synopsis:

Join this session where we will discuss how new technologies in laboratory informatics, together with data modeling and chemical simulation provide significant improvements in laboratory productivity and data quality, allowing organizations to reduce time to market of new products.

Attendees will learn:

  • How "Digital Continuity" connects all stages of the product lifecycle from ideation through to manufacturing
  • Use cases of customers in the chemicals industry that implemented a digital strategy
  • How a "connected lab" can improve overall data quality and integrity
  • How modeling & simulation helps to design experiments and screen materials for better and faster decision making

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Digital Transformation; Fueling Innovation in the Chemical Industry
Presented by: John Santagate, Research Manager, IDC Manufacturing Insights

Synopsis:
During this webinar, IDC’s John Santagate will explore the current state of DX in the chemicals industry and provide actionable guidance to help chemical companies along their digital transformation journey.

Attendees will learn:

  • What digital transformation means for the chemicals industry
  • The current state of adoption of digital technology within the chemicals industry
  • The top business and IT priorities within the chemical industry and how these map to DX
  • Points of guidance to enable chemical companies to engage in DX and overcome the common pitfalls

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How the New Toxic Substances Control Act Will Impact the Conduct of Science
Presented by: Mark Duvall, Partner, Beveridge & Diamond

This presentation discusses the myriad of ways in which the June 2016 amendments to the Toxic Substances Control Act will affect how companies conduct science that may be submitted to EPA under TSCA. It provides an overview of the key changes to TSCA, then addressed in detail several aspects of those changes that affect how companies can meet their obligations and embrace their opportunities under the new TSCA.

Among the issues are the obligations on EPA to meet new standards of good science; the opportunities those obligations create for companies potentially affected by EPA decisions; the expected increase in testing requirements imposed on manufacturers; the incentives for companies to conduct testing even if not required by EPA; the development of alternatives to animal testing; and the importance of analytical chemistry to TSCA compliance and protection of confidential chemical identities.

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The New TSCA and Its Implications
Presented by: Mark Duvall, Partner, Beveridge & Diamond

Game-changing amendments to the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) became law in June 2016. In the nine months since enactment, EPA has been hard at work implementing the new TSCA. This presentation will identify the principal amendments; explain EPA's activities to date; discuss the strategic implications of these developments for companies who may have chemicals subject to review under TSCA; and compare the amended TSCA to the European Union's REACH regulation.

Learning objectives:

  • Learn about the major changes to TSCA and how EPA is implementing those changes.
  • Understand the challenges and opportunities to defend chemicals that might be reviewed by EPA.
  • Gain perspective on how the amended TSCA differs from REACH.

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The Role of a Digital Twin and Digital Continuity in Managing Science Based Risk Evaluation of Chemicals in Commerce in the United States
Presented by: Dr. Michael Doyle, Principal Scientist

In 2016 many aspects of the world changed for materials producers and product producers in the USA. For the first time, the regulatory change required EPA to evaluate the safety of existing chemicals in commerce, starting with those most likely to cause risks, and to evaluate new and existing chemicals against a new science based risk-based safety standard. This standard includes explicit considerations for vulnerable populations. It also empowered EPA to require the development of chemical information necessary to support these evaluations. In essence, it required the submitter of information to develop models, manage data and lab processes, and to report findings to EPA. The current administration has instructed the EPA to accelerate and improve the open scientific based approval process, to increase the competitiveness of US industry and to reduce the regulatory complexity. Hence the TSCA act is currently gathering momentum.

This talk reviews the solutions, approaches, and technology that BIOVIA, a brand from Dassault Systèmes, brings to science based materials analysis and testing. It will also review the main capabilities of a platform that links integrated laboratory testing across the domains of adhoc product discovery, quality, scale up, production environments, and modeling environments. This platform provides data availability and digital traceability which leads to better information re-use.

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The Digital Lab – Mobile execution to achieve faster innovation and increasing regulatory demands of the Chemical Safety Act
Presented by: Gene Tetreault, Senior Director of Product Management

In 2016 many aspects of the world changed for materials and product producers in the USA.

For the first time, the regulatory change required the EPA to evaluate the safety of existing chemicals in commerce, starting with those most likely to cause risks and to evaluate new and existing chemicals against a new science based risk-based safety standard that includes explicit considerations for vulnerable populations. It is also empowering the EPA to require the development of chemical information necessary to support these evaluations.

The current administration has instructed the EPA to accelerate and improve the open scientific based approval process, to increase the competitiveness of US industry and to reduce the regulatory complexity. Hence the TSCA act is currently gathering momentum.

This talk will review the laboratory solutions, approaches and technology which BIOVIA, a brand from Dassault Systèmes brings to science based materials analysis and testing. It will dive into the details of managing the equipment, materials, personnel and procedures to operate a compliant digital laboratory.

Details describing the study, experiment and test execution that ensure the mobile capture of electronic data required to adhere to the regulations. With the required data captured electronically we can build predictive models to streamline the process.

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The Tools Needed to Effectively Comply with the TSCA
Presented by: Warren Perry, Compliance Consultant at Dassault Systèmes

Learning Objectives:

  • How a controlled repository can reduce errors
  • Learn how electronic workflows will reduce cycle time
  • See the benefits of an end-to-end platform based system

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Mind the gap: essential tools for chemical development innovation
Julian Willmott, Solution Architect

Part two of a free two-part webinar series, this webinar will discuss strategies for increasing lab, researcher and experiment efficiency, what technology is available to drive these efficiencies and how chemical development labs today are achieving the next level of successful innovation.

Today’s chemical development labs are busy places that create new chemicals, new formulations and new products that boost the bottom line. However, legacy solutions often create gaps and impediments in workflows, making it difficult to find and share data, and hampering innovation. To succeed, the lab must close the gaps to speed up its pace of innovation. We examine the technology and tools that will help open the way to new revenue streams for the organization.

At the end of this webinar you will know how to:

  • Assess which lab workflows are impeding innovation
  • Shorten and reduce experiment cycles
  • Ensure chemical safety, management and regulatory compliance
  • Streamline lab workflows to maxmise researcher efficiency

If you can't attend but are interested in the webinar, register anyway and we'll send you a link to the recording.

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Tips and Tools for Speeding Up the Pace of Chemical Development Innovation

Today’s chemical development labs are busy places that create new chemicals, new formulations and new products that boost the bottom line. However, legacy solutions often impede workflows, make it difficult to find and share data, and hamper innovation. To succeed, the lab must speed up its pace of innovation.

Hosted and moderated by Lab Manager Magazine, this webinar examines the challenges that impede scientific innovation and what it takes to enable the lab and its researchers to take research to the next level, thus opening the way to new revenue streams for the organization.

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Assess which lab workflows are impeding innovation
  • Eliminate dead-ends in exploratory experiments
  • Expedite evaluation of scale-up recipes
  • Shorten and reduce experiment cycles
  • Reduce the number of physical experiments with virtual screening
  • Assess collaboration tools that enable team participation
  • Streamline lab workflows to maximize researcher efficiency

TUNE IN TO OUR LIVE WEBINAR to hear BIOVIA’s Solution Architect Julian Willmott discuss strategies for increasing lab, researcher and experiment efficiency, technology available to drive these efficiencies, and how chemical development labs today are achieving the next level of successful innovation.

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