We’ve added the ability to search pdfs, word docs, text files and many other formats! Go to the document search page on citrination.com to try it out. Even better, you can upload your own documents and they will be searchable within seconds.
Data upload is now available to all users with a citrination.com account! If you upload data following the attached csv schema, it will appear in the citrination.com database within a few minutes. Some of the new features that we’ve implemented are below: Support for LaTeX formatting: Put anything you want displayed in math mode between […]
Citrine has officially begun a collaboration with Materials Project (MP), a multi-institution research effort housed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The MP team are world leaders in high-throughput first-principles simulations of materials properties, and have an especially strong track record in the area of energy materials. Citrine will be providing MP with data analytics capabilities […]
Our CEO, Bryce Meredig, has been invited to speak at the Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE)’s Emerging Materials Technology Symposium! Come hear him speak in Mountain View on April 23rd.
The Citrine team is excited to welcome Raymond Nasr and Cyrus Wadia to our Advisory Board. They will advise our team on matters ranging from materials and communications to strategy and government relations. Raymond Nasr Raymond Nasr is the former Director of Executive Communications at Google Inc. He held this role from 2001 to early 2005 and was responsible for […]
Check out this White House blog post, It’s Time to Open Material’s Science Data, that references the first Materials Hackathon that we co-hosted with the Materials Research Society. We are thrilled to have been included!
Citrine co-organized the world’s first materials-themed hackathon with MRS at the 2014 Fall Meeting in Boston. Watch a video about the event here!
We are very excited to announce that Greg has been recognized as a 30 Under 30 leader in energy. Congratulations, Greg!