Welcome to the May edition of Deep Matters
This issue includes a feature article on how DigitalGlassware enables a higher level of experimentation through the structuring, collection, and collation of relevant chemical data.

We will also share a new paper from Syngenta on green chemistry.
Additionally, we will showcase news from around the group including our presence at Future Labs Live 2022 in June.

Improving productivity with aggregated data 

Reproducibility in the chemistry lab is an issue that most chemists have experienced in their careers and wastes not only time and money but can be infuriating when the reasons aren’t clear!

This article shows how DigitalGlassware® can accelerate the digitisation of your data collection in the chemistry lab and lead to improvements in productivity and efficiency.

To read the article click here

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A case study in green chemistry: the reduction of hazardous solvents in an industrial R&D environment

Read Nessa Carson's, a member of our Scientific advisory board, latest chemical sustainability paper with Syngenta. “Adopting the Principles of Green Chemistry is a challenging necessity in an active research environment. We found that a holistic effort and support for mindset change across chemistry was crucial to green transformation”. 

To read the article click here.

What's new in DigitalGlassware version 2.11.0

Read about the release of latest version of digitalglassware with its new capabilities to connect seamlessly to your internal chemical database, auto populate of safety data through our Molecular Information Service that links to pubchem and automatic drawing of structures based on chemical name or SMILES

To read more click here.

We are excited to announce that Deepmatter will be holding an exhibition stand at FUTURE LABS LIVE 2022 on 7th & 8th June in Basel, Switzerland. We are looking forward to meeting you in person at our booth.

Coming in next months newsletter: SMART RECIPES, an easy way to create and use recipes from many sources including existing ELNs, word documents and PDFs. 


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