March 21 - March 21, 2019
Rich scientific data should produce and organize actionable results that drive scientifically sound decisions. Much of that data remains entombed in IT systems that block scientific outcomes. As a result, the quality, availability and usability of existing and new data is difficult to ascertain. IBM estimates that the cost of poor-quality data, in the US alone, is $ 3.1 trillion, dramatically highlighting the need for modern research technology to enable R&D scientists engaged in make- test- decide workflows for chemical and biological entities..
March 23 - March 26, 2019
San Antonio, USA
ABRF 2019 will bring together international leaders in our core disciplines to provide a vision of what can be done, and insight toward making further progress as we work in the present. The meeting will include scientific sessions and workshops that allow presenter and attendees to explore and discuss in-depth critical scientific and technical issues encountered in biomolecular core facilities.