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Course# CH-400: Automated and data-driven laboratories

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In this course, taught by experts from the Swiss CAT+ West Hub, students will be introduced to key concepts in automation and data-driven chemistry. Using real-world cases, students will learn the theoretical skills and practical tools needed to automate a laboratory.

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