Discrete Laboratories was formed in April, 2012, by Jason Douglas,
who is a recent graduate of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at
Harvard University. Through the development of new technologies,
Discrete Laboratories seeks to create a better life for everyone.
Wherever we see an opportunity for innovation, we hope to be there,
developing the software that creates new possibilities.
In January 2013, Discrete Laboratories released its first commercial
product: AuctionExchange. AuctionExchange sets a precedent for eBay
software: rather than focusing on the sellers, AuctionExchange was
one of the first programs to bring substantial new features to the
table for buyers. eBay is also an exciting venue for investors,
and market research, since it represents the largest on-line marketplace.
In a time when many academics are lauding the efficiency of the
stock and securities markets, eBay creates a new opportunity for
investors to create profits that would have been unattainable from
Discrete Laboratories also has a long history in the field of computational
biology and pharmaceutical drug design research, and much of our non-profit work in this field can be found at our sister site, CompBio.net. Our company's namesake is
a spin-off of the research which was at the center of its first
software project: the discrete electron density theory, which continues
to be under development.
By creating products that are original and competitively-priced,
we hope to further our purpose of using new technology to enrich
other people's lives.