Accelrys, Inc. offers release of Materials Studio 5.0 a modeling and simulation platform for chemical and materials research. The new release includes integrated product enhancements ranging from advanced instrument simulation and visualization tools, to new and improved parallel codes. The updates deliver the performance and usability that today’s chemists, physicists and materials scientists need to increase research productivity and speed time-to-innovation, according to the company.
“This product release furthers Accelrys’ commitment to delivering tools that not only streamline the scientific cycle, but also increase the relevance of scientific findings to business functions such as product engineering and design,” said Dr. Frank Brown, senior vice president and chief science officer at Accelrys. “With sophisticated tools for materials science research like Materials Studio 5.0, scientists can make breakthrough discoveries faster.”
Providing a single, integrated platform for advanced modeling and simulation, Materials Studio enables scientists to more easily and efficiently perform highly complex research. Version 5.0 incorporates highly efficient parallel codes and supports a wider range of polymer and instrument simulations, delivering the industry’s fastest time-to-solution for sophisticated modeling tasks. The solution has already been proven in numerous research-driven industries, including pharmaceuticals.
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