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Accelrys Has Another Lab Notebook Deal

by Rick Mullin
May 30, 2011 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 89, ISSUE 22

Approximately one year after acquiring Symyx, a leading supplier of electronic laboratory notebooks (ELNs), research software firm Accelrys will acquire Swedish ELN maker Contur for about $13 million. Contur’s Web-browser-based notebooks for small and medium-sized commercial and academic labs complement Symyx’ ELNs, which are used largely in FDA-validated laboratories in the pharmaceutical industry, says Accelrys CEO Max Carnecchia. Accelrys will market Symyx and Contur ELNs in conjunction with its Pipeline Pilot scientific informatics plat form.

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