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.

Back to the Lab Post-COVID: New Ways of Working

Since the Covid-19 pandemic swept the globe, remote working has become the new normal and every industry has been forced to adapt. But while it’s easy enough to discuss ideas over a Zoom chat or work together on a report using Google Docs, for those of us involved in research and development, the new ways of working present particular challenges. Social distancing requirements impose limits on numbers of people allowed on site, with new shift arrangements or reduced working hours put in place to ensure staff safety. Restrictions on travel mean it may be impossible to visit colleagues at other locations, especially for multinational organisations.

Having access to your organisation’s chemistry data in real-time, from any location, and in a standardised format, minimising staffing requirements and the need for travel, is a vital component of the transformation to more efficient working practices, now more than ever.

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We are delighted to announce a further collaboration with the University of Nottingham. The project will be led by Professor Jonathan Hirst, Professor of Computational Chemistry & Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Emerging Technologies, at the University’s Faculty of Science, and will see scientists use DigitalGlassware® to develop machine learning techniques to help chemical engineers and chemists make their manufacturing processes more sustainable.

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Lab OF THE Future Live conference

Our CEO, Mark Warne, spoke at April's Lab of the Future Live conference on the Connected Lab: Technology of The Future.
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  • Finance Administrator


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