In this talk, Prof Cronin will outline how his group have devised a universal approach to chemical synthesis and discovery using a Chemical Processing Unit or ChemPU to build robotic systems, driven by chemical intelligence algorithms, designed to search for new reactivity, reactions, and molecules. To achieve this, they built a programmable robotic discovery system that can run the reactions and analysis. To program the robot, they exploit the world’s first domain-specific chemical programming language (XDL) to produce the code. This system will handle the programming of robots so expert chemists can focus on generating discovery experiments, allowing the exploration of chemical space.
This event will be of interest to anyone interested in materials chemistry or pharmaceuticals discovery.
– Prof Lee (Leroy) Cronin, University of Glasgow
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