19 September 2019
DeepMatter Group Plc, (AIM: DMTR), the AIM-listed company focusing on digitizing chemistry, announces its unaudited interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2019.
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Mark Warne, Chief Executive Officer of DeepMatter, commented:
"DeepMatter has continued to deliver against its strategic roadmap by reaching several key milestones in the Group's journey. The imminent completion of our successful Pioneer Programme and the continued deployment of DigitalGlassware™ demonstrates that the scientific community is embracing the move towards the digitization of chemistry and DeepMatter remains at the forefront of driving this vision.
"The acquisition of InfoChem and the additions to our team of experts has further enhanced our capabilities. We enter the second half of the year with a rapidly expanding pipeline of opportunities that will enable DeepMatter to further deploy our technology and focus on the continued monetisation of the platform. We remain confident about the future and, with a robust strategy in place, look forward to driving our vision and achieving our long-term objectives."
For further information:
|DeepMatter Group plc||Tel: +44 (0)141 548 8156|
|Mark Warne, Chief Executive Officer|
|Shore Capital(Nominated Adviser and Broker)||T: 020 7601 6100|
|+44 (0) 3405 0209
DeepMatter's long term strategy is to integrate chemistry with technology, thereby enabling a greater use of artificial intelligence and reaching a point where chemicals can be autonomously synthesised through robotics. In the near term this involves the provision of an integrated software, hardware and artificial intelligence enabled platform, DigitalGlassware™, to scientists across research and process development sectors.
The DigitalGlassware™ platform allows chemistry experiments to be accurately and systematically recorded, coded and entered into a shared data cloud. The platform is designed to enable chemists to work together effectively; sharing the details of their experiments from anywhere and in real-time, so that work is not needlessly duplicated, time and money wasted, and ultimately so new discoveries may be made faster.