Our Digital futures report is the output of a forum that gathered leading experts from different scientific fields and details how the new wave of technologies can turbocharge research speeds to respond to future global challenges.
Recent advances in AI, robotics, data analysis, modelling and simulation have allowed scientists to augment their research, advancing discovery more quickly, reducing the time it takes to do some tasks in the labs from weeks or months to just hours and identifying patterns and possibilities that humans alone would not see.
Chemists, biologists, data scientists, public health and environment experts, clinicians, regulators, industry, governments, funders, and philanthropists will all be part of the solution.
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Our #DigitalFutures report looks at how the new wave of technologies can turbocharge research. Professor Varinder Aggarwal, from @BristolUni, harnesses the power of automation in organic synthesis to transform drug discovery. https://rsc.li/digitalfutures
As part of our #DigitalFutures work, Dr James Weatherall, from @AstraZeneca, outlines how data and AI can speed up discovery of new drugs and treatments for some of our biggest healthcare challenges. Discover more: https://rsc.li/digitalfutures
As part of our #DigitalFutures report, Professor Kristin Persson, from @UCBerkeley, tells us how she uses data and cutting-edge computational methods to accelerate the discovery of materials for energy applications. Discover more: https://rsc.li/digitalfutures
Our #DigitalFutures report looks at a new wave of digital techniques that could make scientific discovery up to a thousand times faster. AI, robotics, data analysis, modelling and simulation allow research to advance more quickly. https://rsc.li/digitalfutures