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Informatics

Lanxess applies AI to urethane development

by Michael McCoy
October 26, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 42

 

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Credit: Lanxess
A technician tests urethane prepolymers at Lanxess's lab in Naugatuck, Connecticut.

Lanxess has launched a project to use artificial intelligence (AI) to develop prepolymers for polyurethane systems. The chemical maker’s partner is Citrine Informatics, an AI start-up that it first collaborated with earlier this year. Lanxess wants to combine its existing formulation knowledge with AI-assisted design to get new polyurethane systems to customers faster.

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