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Dotmatics Introduces Blueprint to Provide Self-service Data Analysis for Medicinal and Synthetic Chemists

  • Self-service scientific data visualization and analytics application designed to empower chemists working on small molecule discovery projects

  • Blueprint provides guided wizard-driven analytics for bench scientists to analyze project data, design compounds and make informed decisions, faster

  • Web-based solution fully integrated into existing Dotmatics applications to provide a seamless end-to-end chemistry design workflow

Dotmatics Ltd, a scientific informatics software and services company that is driving the automation of laboratory data workflows for scientific discovery and innovation research, today announced it has expanded its product portfolio to include Blueprint, a self-service, scientific visualization and analytics application for small molecule discovery. The introduction of Blueprint broadens the existing Dotmatics suite for chemistry design workflows, adding to the Company’s comprehensive selection of web-based solutions.

As drug discovery research continues to become increasingly data-driven, the limited availability of specialist data scientists and computational chemists, in addition to the complexity and restrictions of legacy cheminformatics tools, have become a bottleneck for research organizations. There is now a high demand for self-servicing tools, specifically aimed at non-data-specialists, to increase workflow efficiency and staff productivity. Designed to support project scientists with minimal training, Blueprint employs guided wizard-driven analytics to enable users to analyze structure-activity data, design compounds and rapidly make the best-informed decisions with real-time data. The application also facilitates collaboration in-house or with external partners. Blueprint seamlessly integrates into the existing Dotmatics suite of search and experiment capture capabilities which support the full drug discovery cycle, from compound design to analysis. Within a single workflow, scientists can assemble project data across multiple third-party systems; explore molecular data sets; design new molecular series or libraries; and automatically generate experiments in their electronic lab notebook.

Dr Stephen Gallagher, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Dotmatics, commented:Blueprint is a key new component of the Dotmatics solution for enabling chemists to do their own data analysis and design. Customers increasingly demand self-service analytics for their bench scientists, and we look forward to working with them to optimize their chemistry design workflows.”

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About Dotmatics Ltd.

Dotmatics is a scientific informatics software and services company that is driving the automation of laboratory workflows for discovery and innovation research – accelerating the journey towards full digitalization and the Lab of the Future.

With a mission to give scientists access to all of their data, all of the time, Dotmatics provides a unique portfolio of tools for fully automated, end-to-end workflows including data acquisition, knowledge management, data storage, enterprise querying and reporting, and data analytics and visualization. Through these comprehensive solutions, the Company is helping its customers to increase lab efficiency and make better informed decisions driven by all data.

Dotmatics’ customers include many of the world’s leading pharmaceutical, biotechnology, contract research, chemicals and materials companies. Insight into the challenges faced by these organizations enables Dotmatics to focus on delivering versatile and intuitive products and services that have potential to turn

Green Flower and Last Prisoner Project Partner to Provide $50,000 in Education Scholarships for Justice-Impacted Individuals

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VENTURA, Calif., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Green Flower and Last Prisoner Project (LPP) are proud to announce a strategic partnership aimed at helping those most affected by the criminalization of cannabis establish legitimate careers in the legal cannabis industry.

Green Flower, the global leader in cannabis education, is donating $50,000 worth of scholarship funding to their best-in-class certificate courses for formerly incarcerated individuals participating in LPP’s Prison to Prosperity Reentry Program.

Last Prisoner Project’s program is focused on creating pathways to employment within the legal cannabis industry for individuals who have been negatively affected by the criminalization of cannabis.

“Last Prisoner Project is grateful for the support of our educational partner, Green Flower. The scholarships provided for our Prison to Prosperity Reentry Program will help to ensure that our constituents are primed for success for their professional roles in the cannabis industry,” said Mary Bailey, Managing Director of Last Prisoner Project.

Through this partnership, deserving students will gain in-demand skills and knowledge while setting themselves up for long-term success across the cannabis supply chain in areas such as cultivation, patient care, extraction, business, and more.

“Everyone understands it is not fair, right, or just that so many people are still being harshly persecuted for cannabis amidst the development of a new and blossoming industry across the country,” said Max Simon, CEO of Green Flower. “This is why LPP’s work is so critically important. We feel grateful to play a small part in helping right these wrongs and to provide much-needed education that will help victims of the ‘War on Drugs’ enter and succeed in this new cannabis economy.”

Read Last Prisoner Project Sets Sights On Freeing 40,000 Cannabis Offenders to learn more about LPP’s scholarship program and to apply.

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Since 2014, Green Flower has been the global leader in cannabis education, helping millions of people learn about the professional benefits of cannabis. Utilizing their network of more than 700 experts in cannabis medicine, business, cultivation, retail, compliance, and more, Green Flower produces best-in-class online training and content designed to help people succeed in the cannabis industry. Green Flower also partners with colleges and universities to help job seekers, law and healthcare professionals, and entrepreneurs succeed in the rapidly-growing cannabis marketplace.

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NASA to Provide Coverage of 71st International Astronautical Congress

NASA to Provide Coverage of 71st International Astronautical Congress

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WASHINGTON, Oct. 8, 2020

WASHINGTON, Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — NASA will broadcast key events, including an Artemis program update, of the 71st International Astronautical Congress (IAC), which takes place virtually Monday, Oct. 12, through Wednesday, Oct. 14. Coverage will air on NASA Television and the agency’s website.

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During the conference, NASA will discuss international cooperation for the agency’s lunar exploration plans throughout the Artemis program, which includes sending American astronauts to the surface of the Moon in 2024 and establishing a sustainable lunar presence by the end of the decade.

In addition to participation in events outlined below, NASA will have a virtual exhibit featuring information on Artemis, NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, and the International Space Station. Visitors also will have an opportunity to contribute to a digital mosaic of the space station on social media using #NASAVirtualExhibit.

The NASA TV coverage of IAC events listed below (all times Eastern) is subject to change. For the latest programming updates, please see the latest NASA TV schedule.

Monday, Oct. 12

  • 8:40 a.m. – Heads of Agency Plenary Session, including NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine

  • 9:30 a.m. – Heads of Agency Press Conference, including Bridenstine

  • 12:10 p.m. – Exploring as One, featuring NASA Associate Administrator for Human Exploration and Operations Kathy Lueders, and Associate Administrator for Science Thomas Zurbuchen, as well as other panelists

Tuesday, Oct. 13

  • 9:40 a.m. – The Artemis Mission, featuring Lueders, as well as other panelists

  • 12:30 p.m. – International Participation in the Artemis Program, featuring Bridenstine

Wednesday, Oct. 14 

  • 8:50 a.m. – Worldwide Missions to Mars, featuring Zurbuchen and NASA Planetary Science Director Lori Glaze, as well as other participants

  • 9:40 a.m. – Astronaut Panel, featuring NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold

  • 10:30 a.m.Europe on and Around the Moon and Mars: A Discussion between ESA and NASA Leaders with European Young Professionals, with participation from Bridenstine.

IAC presents an opportunity each year for the world’s space agencies, aerospace companies, academic institutions, and other organizations to come together and celebrate accomplishments and contributions made to advance science and space exploration, as well as to discuss issues and programs of common interest. Due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, this year’s IAC – including all briefings, panel discussions, and exhibits – will take place virtually, free of charge for participants across the global community. For more information or to register for IAC, visit:

Stay involved throughout the event by using the hashtags #Artemis and #IAC2020.

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