Upcoming Webinar and Events

We are currently planning a number of other interesting webinars after the summer. Stay up to date and don't miss the announcement

Previous Webinar and Events


Millipore-Sigma Life Science Webinar - Synthesis Automation with SYNTHIA™ & SynpleChem

November 23th - 2023

Emma and Benedikt presented and overview over the SYNTHIA and Synple platform and the results of the recent collaboration on how to accelerate synthesis all the way from the synthesis path design to obtaining the molecule.



Wiley Analytical Science Conference - Synthesis Capsules for Fully Automated Organic Synthesis

November 17th - 2021

Jeff presented the newest research of his group using the Synple instruments at the WIley Analytical Science Conference. This work laid the base for Synple 4.0, generated virtual accessible space only based on Synple accessible molecules.



Chemistry World Webinar - Automated capsule chemistry with Synple: do more, faster

October 14th - 2021

In this chemistry world webinar Benedikt presented an overview over the Synpe technology and the working principle behind the technology as part of the chemistry world webinar series.



Dr. Paula Nichols

½th RSC / SCI symposium on GPCRs in Medicinal Chemistry

February 24th - 20217

On the 24th and 25th of February the RSC / SCI 71/2th Symposium on GPCRs in Medicinal Chemistry presented a fantastic line up of speakers, discussing the key role of GPCRs in human disease, and the innovative structural biology and cutting edge medicinal chemistry approaches to targeting these receptors.



Guest speaker: Prof. Antimo Gioiello (University of Perugia)

Automating Synthesis in Medicinal Chemistry

July 9th - 2020 - 15:00 (CEST)

Thank you for the inspiring talk! 

Prof. Gioiello talked gave a great overview over his recent research of coupling several continious flow chemistry processes together to continiously produce certain drug molecules. In the second part he showed how flow chemistry together with "Design-of-experiments" can be used to automatically identify the best conditions for a reaction and make a library of different analogues of compounds.

In case you want to know more about this topic, have a look at his recent review about: "The Medicinal Chemistry in the Era of Machines and Automation: Recent Advances in Continuous Flow Technology"


Guest speaker: Prof. Giancarlo Pascali (University of New South Wales)

Automation in Radiochemistry, a Challenging Environment

June 25th - 2020 - 09:00 (CEST)

In this recent webinar our guest Prof. Giancarlo Pascali from the University of New South Wales gave us an insight of how automation is used in radiochemstry. The strategies to reducing the physical contact of the user to the radioactive reagent are very interesting also for todays efforts in automating drug discovery and development. 



Guest speaker: Prof. Jeffrey Bode (ETH Zurich)

Integrated Platforms for Predictable Organic Synthesis

May 7th - 2020 - 15:00 (CEST)

In our upcoming series of webinar we will invite guest speaker from academia and industry about their research and topics related to automation. Our first guest Prof. Jeffrey Bode from the ETH Zürich talked about "Integrated Platforms for Predictable Organic Synthesis"



Capsule Chemistry for Lead-like Libraries

April 2nd - 2020 - 15:00 (CET)

In this webinar we were looking at a way of quickly making a library of compounds with minimal work time by combining several synthesis steps. 
Also have used a virtual library so preselect the best structures which were then made by the Synple 2.

If you have missed our webinar you watch the recording here: