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Webinar to focus on design of clinical studies
At our next webinar, we look forward to welcoming Lauren Edward from BAT, who will present a case study of applying machine learning to help optimise the design of clinical studies on the pharmacokinetic response of participants using a new product. Joel Strickland from the Intellegens Science Team will review the use of machine learning more generally in clinical trials, clinical studies, and similar research, including a live software demonstration.
New analytical and experimental design features
We’ve been busy pushing out new features to customers over the summer. Our Alchemite™ Analytics platform includes new analysis plots (pictured) that enable a better understanding of the nature of and relationships between categorical data – a common data type in experimental or process datasets. Another enhancement provides more control over the inputs that Alchemite™ selects when suggesting a new experiment. This is useful, for example, when users want to limit the number of ingredients in their new samples to reduce costs or meet practical requirements (see next item).
Demonstration video - suggesting new experiments
Check out our latest short demonstration video which shows how Alchemite™ can be used to suggest which experiment you should do next, including the new feature for controlling the number of proposed input ingredients.
Japan trip makes connections for battery R&D and beyond
We’re delighted to have been selected by Innovate UK for the Battery Tech Global Business Innovation Program, joining a high-tech delegation that is visiting Japan this week to build collaborative connections. Our CSO, Dr Gareth Conduit, is pictured speaking at the British Ambassador’s Residence in Tokyo. Activities include a visit to the Battery Japan event. Gareth will also be visiting contacts in other industry sectors. Intellegens technology is applied to challenges in semiconductors and electronics, the chemical industry, pharmaceuticals, and food and beverage.
Blog: Didn't we do this already? Value from R&D knowledge
Research can be frustrating. Very often, we feel that we should already have the answer we’re looking for. What could we save if we knew what we already know? On this month’s blog, we discuss the role of machine learning in extracting value from legacy data and capturing and sharing knowledge.
Life at Intellegens - celebrating success
We hope you’ve had a good summer (or winter, for our Southern Hemisphere friends!). We’ve been working hard, but also took some time out to celebrate a successful first half of 2022 for Intellegens and welcome new team members at our summer party. We enjoyed punting along the river Cam, and only one of us fell in! If you’d like to join in the fun (and the fascinating work) at Intellegens, check out our careers page.
Growing and investing in our team
At Intellegens we’re investing to add more people and ensure the right support for our team. We’re delighted to have been joined by Polly Young as our new HR and Talent Acquisition Manager. If you’re interested in joining us, Polly will probably be the first person you talk to. We’ve featured Polly in our latest ‘Meet the Team’ post.
Meet us at these events in the coming months:
31 Aug – 2 Sep, Battery Japan Expo, Tokyo, Japan
28-30 Sep, AI Korea, Busan, Korea
3 Oct, Materials Research Exchange, London
5-6 Oct, Chemical Innovation Exchange (CIEX), Frankfurt, Germany
15-16 Nov, Future Labs Live, Raleigh, NC, USA