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Alchemite™ 2022 Autumn Release
Big news for the team at Intellegens and our customers with the 2022 Autumn Release of the Alchemite™ software, which focuses on key tasks to accelerate innovation for chemicals, materials, and manufacturing. User experience and performance enhancements make it faster to build, improve, and apply machine learning models. New features such as improved handling of categorical data make it even simpler to work with the range of data types found in real experimental and process datasets. And users gain valuable insights through new easy-to-understand analytics.
New method extracts knowledge from noise
A fascinating new paper has just appeared in the Applied Intelligence journal. Intellegens CSO Gareth Conduit and Bahdan Zviazhynski discuss a new, generalised machine learning method to extract useful knowledge from uncertainty or noise in experimental data. The approach has been proven for predictions of materials properties and experimental behaviour, and has potential to provide vital insights across chemistry, formulations development, physics – and even beyond industrial R&D
Machine learning for clinical study design
If you missed last week’s webinar, you can now watch the recording online. We discussed how machine learning can enable faster progress and greater insight for clinical studies, clinical trials, and similar research projects. The webinar drew on experience including a project at BAT that applied machine learning when optimising clinical studies on the pharmacokinetic response of participants using a new product.
Blog: Metal innovation - 10,000 years and counting
As a species, we have over 10,000 years of technology development in metals behind us. It seems almost impossible that there can be anything left to discover in the world of metallurgy. Yet metal innovation continues unabated. Of course, with a technology this mature, each new innovation has to be eked out by identifying and tuning the tiny details that control alloy performance. That’s where machine learning comes in…
Connect with us at CIEX in Frankfurt next week...
We’ll be exhibiting at the Chemical Innovation Exchange (CIEX) Conference event in Frankfurt, Germany next week. Visit us to discuss how machine learning is applied to: accelerate innovation in the lab; to design and optimise chemicals, pharmaceuticals, polymers, and formulations; and to dramatically improve experimental efficiency through adaptive experimental design techniques.
..and at the Materials Research Exchange in London
We’ll also be at the Materials Research Exchange event in London, organised by Innovate UK. We’re looking forward to networking with materials research organisations to discuss how machine learning can support optimisation and design of materials.
A word from our Science Team
The Science Team at Intellegens is the group that works day-to-day with our customer organisations to understand the technical detail of their chemicals, materials, and manufacturing challenges and to solve them quickly and effectively through applied machine learning. We recently featured Bogdan Nenchev from the team in our ‘Meet the team’ series on social media. If you have expertise in the physical or life sciences and an interest in machine learning, why not consider a career at Intellegens?