Lee Cronin, Professor, Center for Digital Chemistry, University of Glasgow
Looking to universally turn code into reliable chemistry and materials processes?
Discover this new approach that maps into a universal programming language for chemistry that is accessible to ALL synthetic chemists and will work on ALL robotic systems (subject to suitable specification), thus capable of universally turning code into reliable chemistry and materials processes.
Today it is possible to design and synthesize many of the physically allowed molecules and materials conceivable if practical, yet paradoxically it is not possible to reproduce or rerun these successful procedures with high reliability. This is because many of the conditions devised for the manual or semi-manual synthesis are not uniformly recorded and there is no standard way of recording reaction informatics.
Join Lee Cronin, Professor, Center for Digital Chemistry, School of Chemistry, University of Glasgow for this webinar that will show how his group works on solving this problem by devising a universal approach to recording reaction informatics and chemical synthesis that allows them to translate all procedures, manual or automatic, to a new standard language for exploring chemical reactions and synthesis.
Part of the Big Data in Chemistry webinar series
Showcasing the work of top class chemistry researchers who have used Elsevier’s reaction and substance data from Reaxys database as input to their current research programs for algorithm development, predictive analytics and/or data visualisation for delivering actionable insights to accelerate synthesis workflows.