Accelerate Discovery

Fully Automated, Capsule-based Synthesis: Do more, faster!

Synple Chem provides new automated synthesizers using revolutionary reagent capsules to make the synthesis of molecules faster and more efficient.

Using this technology researchers in chemistry will be able to advance their programs in a fraction of the time.

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New Literature Section!

We collected all our favorite articles in the world of laboratory & chemistry automation in our new library section. This will be continuously updated with new content. 
If you want more browse all the editions of our Synple Pulse!

Watch our recent Chemistry World Webinar on the Synple 2

Together with Sigma-Aldrich we recently ran a chemistry world webinar about the the Synple 2 platform including some interesting insights on how the participants are currently using chemistry automation. The recording is available here:

Read our Chemical Science Paper

Synple Chem's story and how the technology works was featured in the recent publication of Chimia together with other great chemistry startups in Switzerland. Find out more about the Synple Chem article or read all the articles here

New Synple White Paper how to Accelerate Discovery with Automation

In our whitepaper we discuss how to accelerate drug discovery with automation by investigating the current challenges, the progress of technologies in the last years and where Synple can help.
Productivity enhancing 
offers the potential to increase the productivity of every synthetic chemist, whatever level of skill and experience.
Get the most from your skill base
by automating routine chemical steps or synthetic sequences that are typically resource intensive, the automated synthesiser.
Improve efficiency
free up chemists to carry out other activities, reduce resource inefficiency, and reduce costs!
Minimise chemical exposure
all chemicals and solvents, except starting materials and final products, are contained within the capsule and machine.

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