REDWOOD CITY, Calif.—The DataLab podcast, already a great resource for those developing an interest in the cultural, technological, and institutional development of the materials informatics field, now features transcripts of each episode. In addition to making this content for accessible for the hearing impaired or differently abled, the transcripts of these episodes are now fully […]
REDWOOD CITY, Calif.—Dr. Bryce Meredig, Citrine founder and Chief Science Officer, was named Associate Editor of npj Computational Materials.
Aluminum Alloy Designed Using Citrine Platform Becomes First-Ever Officially Registered for 3D Printing
MALIBU, Calif. — HRL Laboratories, a Citrine Informatics research pilot customer, announced on April 15 that the Aluminum Association had granted HRL the first official registration for an alloy optimized for 3D printing.
REDWOOD CITY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Citrine Informatics, the leading materials informatics platform for materials and chemicals development, announced today that members of the Citrine team have accepted eleven invitations to present at 2019 scientific and industry conferences. The list of invited talks includes leading global materials industry conferences such as the TMS Annual Meeting and MRS Spring […]
Big companies have deep expertise and resources, but can’t match the entrepreneurial energy of someone striving to build their own business By Greg Satell In 2009, Jeffrey Immelt set out on a journey to transform his company, General Electric, into a 124 year old startup. Although it was one of the largest private organizations in the […]
REDWOOD CITY, Calif.–February 6, 2019 (BUSINESS WIRE)–Citrine Informatics, the leading materials informatics platform for materials development, announced today that Dr. Cynthia Arnold has been elected to its Board of Directors, effective January 31, 2019. Dr. Arnold recently served as the Chief Technology Officer of The Valspar Corporation, where she was responsible for technology strategy, and […]
Forbes: Mind Over Matter: Artificial Intelligence Can Slash The Time Needed To Develop New Materials
By Marco Annunziata The convergence of mind and matter, of digital and physical technologies lies at the heart of the fourth industrial revolution. The marriage of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) and materials science represents one of the clearest examples. Pure digital innovation has attracted the greatest attention—and a large share of financial investment—over the last several […]
A vast acceleration in our ability to create new, advanced materials will power industries from energy to manufacturing. By Greg Satell Think of just about any major challenge we will have to face over the next decade and materials are at the center of it. To build a new clean energy future, we need more efficient […]
AI Platform Receives Gold Award for Accelerating Materials and Chemicals Development REDWOOD CITY, Calif.–November 30, 2018, (BUSINESS WIRE)— Citrine Informatics, the leader in materials informatics (MI), has been named Best in Biz Awards Start-up of the Year, and a gold winner. The Best in Biz Awards is the only independent business awards program judged each […]
Many of the young, chemistry-based companies C&EN is tracking made headlines in the past year By Melody M. Bomgardner ATTRACTED CORPORATE PARTNERS AgriMetis (class of 2016) will collaborate with Monsanto on insecticides made from the start-up’s semisynthetic compounds. AgriMetis alters spinosad compounds, made via fermentation, to improve potency and selectivity to specific insects. Citrine Informatics (class of […]