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Company Statement, 2 August 2023
DeepMatter confirms it is aware of published information that concerns it’s intellectual property. This information includes (but is not limited to) an article published by the Financial Times on the 1st August 2023. This article concerns Chemify, a spinout from the University of Glasgow, and that company’s fundraise of $43mn to “digitise chemistry”. This article refers to the Chemputer®. DeepMatter is the registered owner of the Chemputer® trademark and is currently engaged in legal proceedings to protect its trademark from action by Chemify Limited. DeepMatter confirms that it is prepared to take all steps necessary in order to protect its rights.
DeepMatter also owns copyright in code and software for use in the digitalisation of chemistry and maintains patents for technology with related applications. Rights to some of this IP were acquired by way of an agreement with the University of Glasgow. This IP relates to the work of Professor Cronin of the University’s School of Chemistry. In respect of this IP, the University of Glasgow retains a licence for academic purposes only. To protect its IP, DeepMatter has engaged its lawyers in respect of the activities of the University of Glasgow, Professor Cronin, Chemify and other individuals. DeepMatter confirms that it is prepared to take all steps necessary in order to protect its rights. In the meantime, all of DeepMatter's rights are reserved.