A mobile robotic chemist

@article{Burger2020AMR,
  title={A mobile robotic chemist},
  author={B. Burger and Phillip M. Maffettone and V. Gusev and Catherine M. Aitchison and Y. Bai and Xiaoyan Wang and X. Li and B. Alston and B. Li and R. Clowes and Nicola Rankin and Brandon Harris and Reiner Sebastian Sprick and A. Cooper},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2020},
  volume={583},
  pages={237-241}
}
Technologies such as batteries, biomaterials and heterogeneous catalysts have functions that are defined by mixtures of molecular and mesoscale components. As yet, this multi-length-scale complexity cannot be fully captured by atomistic simulations, and the design of such materials from first principles is still rare 1 – 5 . Likewise, experimental complexity scales exponentially with the number of variables, restricting most searches to narrow areas of materials space. Robots can assist in… Expand
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