Bio-In™ – To accelerate research and development in the present highly competitive market it is imperative for the Pharmaceutical companies to have up-to-date access to relevant content.
Molecular Connections’ Biomedical Insights platform offers the capability to integrate, aggregate, analyze and visualize biomedical data from a wide variety of structured and unstructured information repositories. Molecular Connections combines its extensive capabilities as a life science R&D informatics services provider, platform solution provider and big-data integrator to deliver strategic solutions fulfilling various customer requirements.
- Data Normalization and linking: The metadata-driven approach allows data from multiple biomedical data sources to be integrated and validated seamlessly to improve efficiency.
- Customizable workflows: Our platform covers comprehensive list of biomedical data sources, customized vocabularies, intuitive dashboards and data management processes.
- Integrated data browser: This enables the search and exploration of biomedical data from sources across the lifecycle of the drug and the platform also offers flexibility to export analytics ready data into to visualization tools for various analytics.
- Flexible and scalable approach: Molecular Connections provides information on demand through our significant expertise in delivering accurate, ‘analytics-ready’ data. Our comprehensive set of out of the box, ready-to-use features drives data integration, aggregation and analytics.
- Domain and technology expertise: Molecular Connections combines its extensive capabilities as a life science informatics research services provider, platform solution provider and big data technology provider to deliver strategic solutions fulfilling various customer requirements.
- Cardiovascular & metabolic diseases
- Infectious diseases
- Respiratory diseases
- Pharmaceutical and life science companies
- Academic labs
- Text / data mining companies
- Life science and healthcare analytics companies
- Database providers