High Throughput Technologies (HTT)

High Throughput Technologies (HTT) is the generic name for an expanding range of advanced experimental and computational tools and techniques that enable rapid, intelligent, parallel acquisition of experimental data, increasing the productivity of R&D by orders of magnitude over traditional approaches.

These tools and techniques include:

• laboratory automation
• miniaturisation and parallelisation
• combinatorial chemistry
• parallel synthesis
• rapid continuous processing
• effective design of experiments (DOE)
• complex data visualisation and interpretation
• modelling and in silico screening

However, the real value and benefit of HTT is derived when appropriate tools and techniques are combined into an integrated, iterative cycle.

HTT were first developed in the pharmaceutical sector, where they were originally applied to synthesise and screening drug candidates. Other industries have seen the benefits of HTT in research and product formulation and there are great opportunities to transfer learning and best practice across sectors.

HTT is more than the ability to conduct a large number of processes in parallel. By increasing R&D efficiency by several orders of magnitude, they can be used to obtain a more profound understanding of products and processes at a fundamental level.

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Chemistry Innovation – A roadmap for High Throughput Technologies

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High Throughput Technologies are a range of advanced experimental and computational tools and techniques enabling rapid, intelligent acquisition of data.