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May 19th, 2005

Modelling software enters real world

Abstract:
As electronics companies find themselves increasingly needing to characterise their materials at nanometre length scales, they are resorting to modelling software packages that until recently were seen as pure research tools.

Cambridge-based molecular modelling and simulation specialist Accelrys says its products, which are built on quantum mechanical descriptions of particular systems, are now being employed for real-world applications, rather than simply in more blue skies research.

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