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.

Your Chemistry, Your Data, Your Insights

DeepMatter believes better chemical outcomes can come from data collection and the resulting realtime and post-hoc analysis of the chemistry. More to the point, we understand that chemistry goes beyond lab work. As such, the person who performs the chemistry might want to do their own analysis of their aggregated data, or other colleagues may wish to investigate and review it at a micro or macro level.
This article will introduce some of the things which can be achieved by parsing through the data captured by DigitalGlassware®, in its raw form.
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The monitoring of reaction data to understand and define success criteria

Oxford Advanced Surfaces wanted to modernise their chemistry labs by embracing digital technologies.

They utilised DigitalGlassware® to monitor time course sensor data to ensure quality moving from batch to batch. Real-time sensor data and cloud capture meant all the results were available immediately.

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Universities of Leeds & Sheffield Partnership

We are delighted to announce that we have been selected as a partner for the University of Leeds following a £1.4M EPSRC investment they received to develop automated precision manufacturing approaches in collaboration with the University of Sheffield, AstraZeneca, Somaserve and Samsung.
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We are delighted to be sponsoring this month's VISTA Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Data Assisted Synthesis where our CEO, Mark Warne, and Head of Research, Dave Parry, will be moderating one of the plenary sessions on July 20th.
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