Applying ULI Informatics Principles to Companies Producing Formulated Products
19 January 2015

This white paper introduces how the fundamentals of a Unified Laboratory Intelligence technology approach can be applied to enhance and accelerate the characterization of ingredients in a mixture or formulated product. More importantly, it also discusses how the knowledge gained from these expert analyses can be effectively captured, retrieved, re-analyzed, and shared as ‘live’ interpreted knowledge to ensure that organizations do not have to repeatedly solve the same problems over and over again.

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