At DeepMatter™ we believe making structured and rich data accessible is the way to synthesize your target molecules better, faster and more cheaply. In fact we are committed to open data standards (See last months' newsletter or to find out more information on this click here). One way we make your data accessible with our innovative chemistry platform, DigitalGlassware®, is to work within your workflow, be it helping complete notebooks (electronic or paper) or sharing information securely with your colleagues. To facilitate this we have developed several tools that help:
Share data securely and easily
Automatically generate DigitalGlassware® Recipes from text
To find out more about these tools and how DigitalGlassware® could work within your workflow to make better chemicals, faster and cheaper click here
University of Cambridge iDMT Collaboration
We are delighted to announce that we have commenced a project with the University of Cambridge’s Innovation Centre in Digital Molecular Technologies (iDMT), an open innovation research centre co-funded by the University of Cambridge, AstraZeneca, Shionogi, and the European Regional Development Fund.
As part of this collaboration we will provide our DigitalGlassware® platform to iDMT as part of the development of a fully digital workflow in the discovery and development of new molecules, materials, reactions and processes.
Read more here
IMPERIAL COLLEGE CDT ANNOUNCEMENT
We are pleased to announce that our CEO, Mark Warne, has been invited to chair the Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) at Imperial College's EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Next Generation Synthesis & Reaction Technology (CDT), for the next two years.
Mark's principal role will be to liaise closely with the CDT's network of industrial partners, including AstraZeneca, Bayer, BASF, GlaxoSmithKline, IBM, The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, Mettler-Toledo, Syngenta, and Pfizer.
To find out more click here
Last month our Head of Research, Dave Parry, moderated Jan Jensen's (University of Copenhagen) talk on Quantum Chemistry Assisted Synthesis at the VISTA Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Assisted Synthesis.
Click here to see a video of the talk
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