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JULY NEWSLETTER 2022

Welcome to the July edition of Deep Matters
This issue includes a new blog on SPRESI, improving chemistry databases using machine learning.
We also have a paper from Deepmatter collaborating with The University of Cambridge and StructurePendium Technologies GMBH discussing reaction identification complexities and solutions across large data sets Additionally, we will showcase together news from around the group.

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JUNE NEWSLETTER 2022

Welcome to the June edition of Deep Matters

This issue includes a first look at our latest tool, Smart Recipes; a natural language processing tool that can automatically convert any experimental free text into a highly structured protocol.

We also have exciting news as SmartChemistry® has been featured in an article about Standigm's synthesis competitiveness.

Additionally, we will showcase together news from around the group

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MAY NEWSLETTER 2022

Welcome to the May edition of Deep Matters, This issue includes a feature article on how DigitalGlassware enables a higher level of experimentation through the structuring, collection, and collation of relevant chemical data.
We will also share a new paper from Syngenta on green chemistry.
Additionally, we will showcase news from around the group including our presence at Future Labs Live 2022 in June.

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APRIL NEWSLETTER 2022

Welcome to the April edition of Deep Matters, in this issue we will show you how the use of ICSYNTH makes your synthesis design smarter and more secure. Additionally, we will showcase other news from around the group.

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MARCH NEWSLETTER 2022

Welcome to the spring edition of Deep Matters, in this issue we will show you how the RecipeRunner keeps you informed even if you cannot be on site at the lab. We’ll also highlight ICCARTRIDGE to show you how you can integrate chemical structure and reaction retrieval into relational databases. Finally, we’ll showcase news from around the group.

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FEBRUARY NEWSLETTER 2022

Welcome to the latest edition of Deep Matters. In this issue we will show you how DigitalGlassware® keeps your chemistry safe. Plus we'll highlight our products for academics, give details of events we're attending and showcase other news from around the group.

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SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER 2020

In this issue we will focus on DigitalGlassware® our innovative cloud-based digital chemistry platform that brings recordability, reproducibility and shareability to your lab at every stage of the discovery process, from planning your reaction to analysing the outcome.

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NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER 2021

Welcome, in this issue of Deep Matters we will show you how DigitalGlassware® helps you keep track of what’s going on inside a flask in your lab and how DigitalGlassware® can be the solution to your reproducibility crisis. Plus, we reveal the opening of our new demo suite in Glasgow and share announcements from the group.

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October NEWSLETTER 2021

In this issue of Deep Matters we will show you how to capture time stamped photo notes, meaning events that could be ambiguous, such as colour change, precipitation etc can be captured and shared with colleagues. Plus other news from around the group.

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SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER 2021

In this issue of Deep Matters we will show how you can monitor a visual feed of your reaction from inside the reaction flask meaning you have a time-course feed of any events that occur in the flask. Plus, we launch an academic version of our our powerful computer aided synthesis design tool ICSYNTH and focus on other news from around the group.

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AUGUST NEWSLETTER 2021

In this issue of Deep Matters we follow up the last 2 months' data stories with a further article showing how we make structures and rich data accessible to help synthesize your target molecules better, faster and more cheaply. Plus, we have announcements with both the University of Cambridge iDMT and Imperial College's CDT and other news from around the Group.

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JULY NEWSLETTER 2021

In this issue of Deep Matters we follow up last month's data story with a further article demonstrating how the data recorded in DigitalGlassware® can be processed offline, highlighting that the data collected is robust and fit for purpose. Plus, we welcome our new Non-Executive Director, Bryn Roberts, as well as looking at other news from around the Group.

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JUNE NEWSLETTER 2021

In this issue of Deep Matters we will take a look at how you can access and use the data captured by DigitalGlassware® to further your own chemistry insights. Plus how Oxford Advanced Surfaces utilised DigitalGlassware® to monitor time-course sensor data to ensure quality moving from batch to batch, as well as looking at other news from around the Group.

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May NEWSLETTER 2021

In this issue of Deep Matters we will take a look at how you can share your data securely and instantly with your colleagues around the world as well as looking at other news from around the group. We are also offering a FREE downloadable version of our reaction editor for students.

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April NEWSLETTER 2021

In this issue of Deep Matters we will take a look at new ways of working post-COVID. We'll also keep you up to date with other news and stories from around the group.

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MARCH NEWSLETTER 2021

In this issue of Deep Matters we will take a look at ICSYNTH 4.0 Beta  - the next generation in retrosynthetic planning software. We'll also keep you up to date with other news and stories from around the group.

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FEBRUARY NEWSLETTER 2021

In this month's newsletter we will look at how to add value to your data sets with DigitalGlassware®. We will also be previewing our lite version of ICEDIT, our user friendly chemical structure and reaction editor, that you can go and try out for yourself on our website here.

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JANUARY NEWSLETTER 2021

In this month's newsletter our Academic Founder Lee Cronin, Regius Professor of Chemistry at the University of Glasgow, gives us his views on the Digitisation of Chemistry. Also why not clean up your Electronic Notebooks before heading back to the lab with our ICRXN reaction processing package that helps scientists and cheminformaticians to rationalize internal reaction content.

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NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER 2020

In this issue of Deep Matters we will take a look at the latest version of our DigitalGlassware® platform.  We'll also keep you up to date with other news and stories from around the group.

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October Newsletter 2020

In this issue of Deep Matters we will take a look at our powerful computer aided synthesis design tool, ICSYNTH, that enables chemists to generate synthetic pathways for a target molecule. We'll also keep you up to date with other news and stories from around the group.

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