Snapdragon Chemistry receives MassRamp Grant for Automating Chemical Development

Snapdragon has received a $200,000 grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) to support our research into the use of flow chemistry, online analysis, algorithms and IoT to automate the development chemical synthesis. MLSC is awarding $1.4 million to seven life sciences companies through the new Massachusetts Ramp-Up Program (MassRamp). MassRamp is a new program that will provide grant funding to promising early-stage life sciences companies. The awards are intended to help bridge the funding gaps associated with the long R&D cycle, and the high cost of translating research into commercially viable products.  The MassRamp grant to Snapdragon will accelerate our efforts to digitize chemistry.