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Fields & Applications Data Analysis, Metabolomics & Lipidomics

Sharing Data – and Knowledge

Millions of dollars have been invested to harness data for intellectual property protection and regulatory purposes, but the industry is severely lacking systems that re-use the data generated in analytical laboratories on a daily basis. In fact, many organizations still rely on scientists’ brains or interpretations scribbled on paper spectra when it comes to analytical data and knowledge, even though far more data is generated than can possibly fit in a person’s head.

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About the Author

author Steve Thomas

Steve Thomas

Graduating from Warwick with a Chemistry degree, Steve Thomas joined the NMR department of Merck’s Neuroscience Research Centre at Terlings Park in 1990. “The wealth of experience in Medicinal Chemistry support made me analytically bilingual; speaking both NMR and Mass Spec.” Closure of the site in 2006 led him to the Biotransformation and Drug Disposition group at GSK. “I have always loved puzzles and science,” Steve explains, “and structural identification is a straight combination of the two”. Having studied metabolic transformations his entire career, eventually, the lure of more challenging samples and close proximity to the development compounds that change people’s quality of life proved too strong.

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