University of Glasgow

University of Glasgow

Group description

The Cronin Digital Chemistry group of the University of Glasgow

The Cronin Digital Chemistry group is interested in Applying the advances in digital technologies to chemical systems. Our aim is nothing less than programable chemical and materials science on demand. From manufacturing, to discovery, design, and customisation, digitization will be enabled by the development of a a universal standard for describing chemistry procedures via a chemical programming language, which facilitates unambiguous dissemination of these procedures as well as the possibility of procedure and resource optimisation, safety checking, and failure recovery. This standard will revolutionize the ability of chemists to collaborate, increase reproducibility and safety, and advance the fundamental understanding of chemistry beyond our current limits.

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