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CEM to Develop Informatics Software Platform with Synthematix

NEW YORK, Oct. 27 (GenomeWeb News) - CEM and Synthematix said today that they have agreed to co-develop a chemistry software platform combining Synthematix's Arthur Suite of microwave reaction planning tools with CEM's ChemDriver reaction monitoring software.

 

The initial phase of the collaboration, said the companies, will involve incorporating Arthur Suite technology into CEM's reaction monitoring program in order to create a product for the design and recording of chemistry experiments. The companies expect to release this product early next year.

 

Financial terms of the alliance were not disclosed.

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