DEEP MATTERS

NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER 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.


ADD A LITTLE COLOUR TO YOUR DATA WITH DIGITALGLASSWARE®

Unlocking the power of data in your lab’ is our defining motivation with DigitalGlassware®, helping you to capture and record data from the lab to aid in the discovery of better and improved chemistry. To facilitate this we utilise multiple data streams to deepen your insights: from user inputs during the reaction to sensor data from your reaction flask. However that’s not all, we can even derive insights you may otherwise miss during your reaction! For instance our DeviceX camera sensor can quantify colour change in real-time.

To find out more on how we derive additional information from simple sensor traces click here

For a free demonstration of DigitalGlassware® click the button below:

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LATEST NEWS


Dr. REDDY's COLLABORATION

We are delighted to announce that we have signed a contract with Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Limited based in Hyderabad, India, for our DigitalGlassware® platform which we are providing to their process development team who are looking to the development and scale up of chemistry procedures to handover to colleagues.

Read more here

 

DEEPMATTER LAUNCH ACADEMIC VERSION OF ICSYNTH

The next generation of retrosynthetic planning software is here exclusively for the academic community, offering better & faster synthesis predictions.

ICSYNTH is our powerful computer aided synthesis design tool that enables chemists to generate synthetic pathways for a target molecule.

Click here to find out more sign up to our trial

 

THE NEXT DECADE OF DRUG DEVELOPMENT SYMPOSIUM

We are looking forward to our Head of Research, Dr Dave Parry, discussing "Automation, AI and Chemistry: A personal journey" at CatSci's 'The Next Decade of Drug Development' symposium (5th-7th Oct) 

Click here to register

CURRENT VACANCIES

Do you want to work at a future-focused company redefining an entire sector? We are currently recruiting for:

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Many thanks for reading Deep Matters. For more information on DigitalGlassware® or ICSYNTH please visit our website by clicking on the button below

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