Making experiments faster, cheaper and more reproducible
DigitalGlassware®, the innovative cloud-based digital chemistry platform from Deepmatter®, brings recordability, reproducibility and shareability to your lab at every stage of the discovery process, from planning your reaction to analysing the outcome.
Making better synthesis predictions
Computer aided synthesis design/retrosynthesis tool that enables chemists to generate synthetic pathways for a target molecule. It facilitates innovation by stimulating ideas for alternative or novel synthetic routes that otherwise may not be considered.
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New Demo Lab in the Deepmatter offices
We unveiled our brand new demo lab for DigitalGlassware® in the heart of the Deepmatter office in Glasgow. The lab has a demonstration unit of the technology in action as well as a timeline wall showing key milestones since our inception. It was great to see digital chemistry in action and have the opportunity to showcase DigitalGlassware® with customers both online and face to face.
A new lens on data
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This article highlights the latest release of DigitalGlassware® R2.8.0. The aim of R2.8.0 will be to strengthen and improve the data records captured using the platform to facilitate better insights and analysis.
The addition of outcomes to a run in DigitalGlassware® (and structuring against sensor data) are needed to contextualise and realise the true value of a reaction data set i.e. was this a good data set or a bad data set? This story details the recent update to outcomes, placing the value they provide to data sets and the ability to set Point in Time values.
DeepMatter does more than collect and structure sensor data, we derive insights from your data that you may otherwise miss. An example would be from the DeviceX camera which we can use to quantify colour change and other events in a time-course manner
To facilitate the capture of data from the lab DeepMatter provides several bespoke sensor capturing offerings that come integrated with DigitalGlassware® and are ready to start recording data out of the box: DeviceX and the EnvironmentalSensor