Dotmatics Launches Free Elemental for iPad(R) App for Chemical Drawing
MAY 10, 2012 - 07:26 ET
FOR: DOTMATICS LIMITED
BISHOPS STORTFORD, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - May 10, 2012) - Dotmatics, a leading provider of chemical and biological informatics solutions and services, today unveiled their first version of the chemical drawing package Elemental for iPad®, which is available to download free from the iTunes® App Store. Elemental for iPad® gives users the ability to create, edit and share chemical structures and reactions through a simple, intuitive and powerful interface that can be used for professional or educational use. Despite being free, the App provides the same powerful functionality as the desktop and web-versions of Elemental which are used extensively in the Dotmatics platform.
"The launch of Elemental for iPad® provides a glimpse into the future and it is a big step forward in the world of communication and sharing of chemical information. We are leading the way in the scientific informatics field and a chemistry drawing package that works on mobile applications has become an essential companion for chemists. We are responding to this need by delivering an App that will assist scientists in their day-to-day tasks." said Dr. Stephen Gallagher, CEO of Dotmatics. "Elemental for iPad® is a productivity tool with a wonderful educational aspect to it, and that's why we are providing it free of charge to all users" he added.
Dotmatics has rapidly emerged as a preferred informatics supplier to many of the top global pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and academic organisations. Dotmatics is a scientific software company deploying web-based knowledge solutions that dramatically improve the way scientific data is queried, managed and shared within companies. Dotmatics has significant expertise in chem- and bioinformatics techniques including chemical databases, SAR analysis, data management and data visualization. A privately owned company, Dotmatics was founded in 2005 and has its head office based south of Cambridge, UK.