Happy New Year and welcome to the first issue of Deep Matters in 2022. We will show you how DigitalGlassware® helps you codify and capture data to accelerate discovery. There is also a snapshot of other news around the group.

DigitalGlassware®: Using Contextualized Chemical Outcomes for Faster Discovery

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Interested in Better, Faster Synthesis Predictions?

ICSYNTH, our powerful computer aided synthesis design tool, enables chemists to generate synthetic pathways for a target molecule. The ICSYNTH algorithm works with sets of chemical rules (also called transform libraries), automatically generated from reaction databases, using a machine learning approach. The suggested reactions are based on and linked to published reactions (or their analogs) and the precursor availability is automatically checked in commercial catalogs. To see more click the button below:


ICSYNTH is available as commercial and academic access versions. To find more about the academic access version of ICSYNTH, click here .


We are looking forward to Mark Warne, our CEO, pitching Deepmatter at the 5-HT X-Linker 2022: LAB OF THE FUTURE on February 11th. If you like to join him for this free event, please register here.


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