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Researchers Pioneer Machine Learning to Speed Chemical Discoveries, Reduce Waste

News   Jan 15, 2019 | Original story from NYU Tandon School of Engineering

 
Researchers Pioneer Machine Learning to Speed Chemical Discoveries, Reduce Waste

Thanks to a National Science Foundation grant, NYU Tandon School of Engineering students built the world's first artificially intelligent microreactor. The equipment allows scientists to study reactions using just a few drops of fluid instead of perhaps 100 liters of chemicals, thereby preventing chemical waste and saving considerable energy. Credit: NYU Tandon

 
 
 

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