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Computational Chemistry

Siemens to buy computational chemistry firm Culgi

by Craig Bettenhausen
November 14, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 44

 

The engineering giant Siemens will acquire Culgi, a 21-year-old computational chemistry company, for an undisclosed sum. Culgi’s quantum and molecular modeling technology will become part of Siemen’s Xcelerator software portfolio, which it markets to customers including chemical and materials science companies. Siemens says the soft-matter-simulation capacity the purchase will bring is useful to the advanced materials industry.

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