Chemical internet discovers new ways to make drugs


By Jacob Aron LINKING computers together to form a vast global network transformed computing – and then the world. Now, by cramming nearly 250 years’ worth of chemical knowledge into a single software package, a team led by Bartosz Grzybowski has created a chemical internet called Chematica that could do the same for substances, from drugs to fuels to plastics. Rather than individual computers wired together physically, the nodes are 7 million different substances, linked by knowledge – the reactions that get you from one to another. “Think about it as a collective chemical brain,” says Grzybowski,
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