2019-03-15 | Frankfurt
Exploiting the tremendous wealth of catalysis research data together - that's the aim of the new initiative of the German Catalysis Society (GeCatS). In a recently published white paper „The Digitalization of Catalysis-Related Sciences“ experts from academia and industry outline how "digital catalysis" could accelerate research and lead to new knowledge.
Catalysis is a key technology. The acceleration of research and development is therefore important. The newly published white paper outlines development needs and pathways for a joint research data infrastructure, but analyses also potential hurdles. .
The paper is available at www.dechema.de/Digitale_Katalyse.Continuing link